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More arrests expected in the R2.3bn VBS heist

Prosecutors tell the court that more people will be charged and additional charges will be added to the seven accused in a new charge sheet

‘Haunted’ VBS executive Truter sentenced to seven years

Phillip Truter, the former chief financial officer of the defunct mutual bank who pleaded guilty to fraud and other charges, will work with authorities on how the alleged heist took place

Hawks eye ANC politicians next

Top cop says more big players will be added to the list of accused as the state prepares to go to court

Former VBS CEO wants to challenge ‘bank heist’ report findings at ConCourt

The '​Great Bank Heist' report found that R1.9-billion had been looted from the mutual bank, implicating him along with at least 50 other individuals

Saica launches new bid to discipline ex-VBS bosses

The accounting body will on Thursday argue again that Tshifhiwa Matodzi and Andile Ramavhunga should be struck off the CA (SA) roll

VBS report is a reader’s dream

The author of the report sets the wags talking about a reality that at times seems more farcical than fiction

Another top VBS beneficiary clears the air

The Free State Development Corporation was third on the list of those who received large sums of money from the embattled bank

VhaVenda king offers to pay back VBS money

King Toni Mphephu Ramabulana said that if he had received payments fraudulent payments, it was without his knowledge

ANC: Heads must roll over ‘alarming’ VBS Mutual Bank report

The report recommended that more than 50 individuals be criminally charged and held liable in civil proceedings

New report backs criminal charges against VBS ‘captors’

An explosive report commissioned by the Reserve Bank identifies alleged kingpins in the looting of the beleaguered mutual bank

Two more VBS execs provisionally sequestrated

Andile Ramavhunga was provisionally sequestrated, along with Robert Madzonga

VBS head’s explanation of R15m bonus is ‘absurd’, court hears

VBS CEO Andile Ramavhunga became the focus of sequestration proceedings in the Johannesburg high court on Tuesday afternoon

Three VBS execs provisionally sequestrated, Vele liquidated

The sequestration and liquidation matter, which is ongoing, is being heard in the Johannesburg high court on Tuesday

VBS saga: Municipalities in for half-a-decade wait for a fraction of R1.5bn deposits

Disciplinary action is going to be lodged against those responsible – from the bank and the municipalities – for the funds ending up with VBS.

VBS chair’s family trust implicated in bank’s looting

The records of the Shimba La Ndou Family Trust, one of the many entities that received questionable payments, are attached to the court application

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