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Either way, Mantashe to remain in ANC top six

Outspoken but influential, the ruling party’s secretary general is the darling of both factions

‘Guptas? Never heard of them’

A leaked transcript sheds new light on the saga of the family linked to Jacob Zuma using Waterkloof as its personal airport for wedding guests.

Waterkloof Four: Prison-party claims to be probed

Allegations that two of the Waterkloof Four had alcohol and a cellphone in a jail cell ahead of their release will be investigated, says a report.

Judges deny appeal application for Waterkloof two

Three judges have denied an application for leave to appeal by Gert van Schalkwyk and Reinach Tiedt, who were sentenced in 2005 for murdering a man.

M&G Hangout: Who is Number 1?

A report into Guptagate makes reference to ‘Number 1’. Sarah Evans and Phillip De Wet discuss how it greases the wheels of the corruption.

Zuma fury over the Gupta’s wedding jet scandal

Feathers are still flying over how the Gupta family managed to have a passenger plane land at an air force base.

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