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Parliamentary committee to use the Hawks to track down Gupta brothers, Duduzani Zuma

Last month. the committee took the decision to summons them after they failed to appear before the inquiry after invitations were extended to them

Gigaba an ‘unpatriotic pathological liar’ – EFF

EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said Gigaba had lied to a court of law and to the country about the Guptas' citizenship

More Eskom dirt, but no one’s to blame

In parliamentary probe into the power utility a parade of witnesses have passed the buck

Ex-Eskom chair links Lynne Brown to the Gupta family and Salim Essa

​Former Eskom chairperson Zola Tsotsi has claimed that Tony Gupta threatened Tsotsi's job if he did not help the Guptas at Eskom.

Project M: Leaked emails reveal Gupta plans to buy the M&G

Howa described the M&G as something of a thorn in the side of the Zuma administration.

Gupta family suing M&G for R500m

The Guptas are suing the Mail & Guardian for half a billion rand, claiming defamation in a recent article.

Veterans’ official in private deals

The ANC's Umkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans' Association may have benefited as an organisation from a multimillion-rand Gupta family mining deal.

Rent an Indian

Every South African politician needs one, says <b>Verashni Pillay</b>

Plum Gupta job for Zuma fiancée

President's bride-to-be is welcomed into the fold, with her luxury house also coming under scrutiny.

Steel of a deal for Zuma Jnr

Duduzane Zuma and the Guptas are at it again -- they will benefit from a proposed Indian steel investment bolstered by government intervention.

Unease over Zuma’s Gupta ties

Concern is growing in political and business circles about the relationship between President Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family.

Are the Guptas the new Shaiks?

Zuma seems to have replaced the well-known Shaik brothers as his close allies with another influential and wealthy family: the Guptas from India.

Gupta Group to launch new daily newspaper

The Gupta Group, which has close links to the ANC, will launch a new national daily newspaper in September, a media report said on Tuesday.

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