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New Age journalists were monitored by Atul Gupta — former ANN7 editor

Rajesh Sundaram alleges that Atul Gupta had access to intelligence relating to the movements of journalists working for the Gupta media empire

Manyi fails to flip the script

The former GCIS head bungled his chance at unmasking white monopoly capture

Manyi claims he is being treated like a hostile witness

The former GCIS head has asked for a member of the Zondo commission’s legal team to recuse himself

Downfall of The New Age a sign of white collar state capture says Manyi

According to former GCIS head Mzwanele Manyi, the New Age newspaper was a casualty of white-collar corporate capture of the state

#StateCaptureInquiry: Manyi’s back

Former head of GCIS Mzwanele Manyi will testify before the Zondo commission on Monday

ANC won’t demand more resignations after Nene quits

The ANC’s deputy secretary general says the governing party is perceived as being on trial at the state capture inquiry

#StateCaptureInquiry: ‘Banks did not collude in cutting Gupta ties’ — FNB official

Johan Burger's testimony dealt with attempts by the ANC and government to intervene in the closure of the accounts

Maseko tells Zondo: Former DGs have info on Gupta dealings

In 2016, Maseko and 26 others signed a memorandum calling for an inquiry into allegations of state capture

MultiChoice announces Newzroom Afrika as replacement for Afro Worldview

In late January MultiChoice announced the news channel’s contract will not be renewed when it lapses in August 2018

Manyi files for liquidation of Afro Voice

The negative perception of its previous owners, the Guptas, persisted which also negatively impacted the company’s financials, Manyi explained

Manyi settles Gupta loan after amount due lowered

​Mzwanele Manyi claims he has paid the Gupta family in full for ANN7 and The New Age newspaper, the Sund​ay Times reported on Sunday

Zuma is defiant in the face of a looming removal

In recent weeks the Presidency has been at pains to demonstrate the continued longevity of Zuma’s presidency

RECAP: Unravelling the riddle of Jessie Duarte

Tough as nails, the ANC top-sixer is labelled a party unifier by some and clearly biased by others

Editorial: Mist shrouds Lyin’ and Brian show

'The hearings, so far, have indeed been a roundabout of accusation and counter-accusation, much denial and much fulmination'

Dlamini-Zuma haunted by president’s past failures

Zuma's support could do more harm than good for the candidate's ANC presidency campaign

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