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Patrice Motsepe reveals Sundowns-Barca showdown details

The La Liga champion's visit is seen as a major score not just for the Pretoria club, but South African football as a whole

What in the world is up at Safa?

A delayed elective congress and ongoing Bafana bungles place the body's credibility on the line

In the shadow of #ANC54

As Nasrec heats up, residents of nearby Soweto hope for an ANC that will do better

Salim Essa exits Trillian, company at the heart of state capture allegations

Salim Essa has sold his 60% stake in Trillian Capital Partners to CEO Eric Wood, now majority shareholder.

A timeline of scandal: The reach of Gupta-associated Trillian into state money

With a history of allegations stacked up against it, Trillian has become one of the firms at the heart of state capture.

Ugly truth about ‘Gupta company’

'Patently false and dishonest': A new report blows open Trillian state capture case and a last-gasp bid to halt its release by ousting Tokyo Sexwale

Trillian to respond to damning state capture report

Nonexecutive chair Tokyo Sexwale released the report on, among other things, claims that Trillion irregularly scored millions from state contracts.

Sexwale-linked company in Gupta mine funding scandal

A trio of companies “paid” R235-million towards the Guptas' bill for Optimum Coal.

Tokyo Sexwale to probe shock Trillian Gupta, Nenegate allegations

Sexwale is planning an investigation into allegations that Trillian staff had pre-knowledge that President Zuma was going to replace Nhlanhla Nene.

US bribes probe points to Sexwale

A self-confessed fixer claims he passed on money to secure mining rights in many African countries

US probe links Cape tycoon to mining rights bribery in Africa

Politically-linked multimillionaire Walter Hennig has been associated with the bribery of officials in three African countries for mining rights.

Tokyo Sexwale speaks out on finance minister debacle

The former Cabinet minister has criticised President Jacob Zuma, saying he had backtracked in the wake of serious economic repercussions.

Editorial: Fifa must say no to cagey Tokyo

Sexwale’s opaque and controversial business dealings, particularly on our continent, raise obvious questions about whether he has the right profile.

Tokyo Sexwale runs for FIFA presidency

Anti-apartheid stalwart and controversial businessperson Tokyo Sexwale is bidding to replace Sepp Blatter to become the first African FIFA president.

Dirco tackles travel restrictions after Sexwale’s arrest

Following Tokyo Sexwale's detainment, Dirco says it will push ahead in its bid to rectify US travel restrictions on some former freedom fighters.

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