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Mswati wanted Trillian to turn his country into a tax haven

The Gupta-linked company that had an ‘interest’ in South African SOE's also tried to get a slice of  the pie in eSwatini’s government projects

High court tells Trillian: ‘Pay back the Eskom money’

The Gupta-linked company has been ordered to repay embattled power utility Eskom

Eskom battles to claw back Trillians

The power utility claims there was no contractual basis for the payments to the consulting company

The phrase ‘Gupta-linked’ has no content in law — Trillian counsel

Eskom’s battle to recover monies it paid to Trillian, established by Eric Wood and Salim Essa kicked off at the high court this week

Trillian payments were illegal — Eskom counsel

The utility’s battle to claw back the millions it paid to Trillian kicked off at the high court on Monday

Eskom wants its Trillian millions back

Trillian’s stance is that Eskom's case for corruption against the firm is 'flimsy at best'

Eskom sweats as Trillian buys time

Eskom is trying to recover is missing millions, but Trillian CEO Eric Wood says he is overwhelmed by the court case against the Gupta-linked company

It’s time to #PayBackTheMoney

State agencies are going after those accused of looting the SA’s coffers — and the amounts are huge

Maimane to approach Zondo commission over Trillian exec’s role in CR17 donation

The Democratic Alliance leader wants the Zondo commission to probe the precise role Jeffery Afriat played while at Trillian Capital

Gigaba, Koko and Singh named in bombshell treasury report on rot at Eskom, Transnet

The report also implicates whistleblower Suzanne Daniels

Transnet suspends another executive

The state-owned entity is continuing to clean out its executive leadership

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Response to the report of the independent assessors

VUT welcomes the publishing of the report of the independent assessors to investigate concerns of poor governance, leadership, management, corruption and fraud at the university.

NWU student receives international award

Carol-Mari Schulz received the Bachelor of Health Sciences in Occupational Hygiene Top Achiever Award.

Academic programme resumes at all campuses

Lectures, practicals, seminars and tutorials will all resume today as per specific academic timetables.

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