Zarina Maharaj

Unearthing a buried trail of lies of Mac Maharaj’s relationship with Shaik

​Documents seen by the M&G have reopened questions on a Scorpion investigation regarding a series of payments to the presidential spokesperson.

SCA dismisses Mac Maharaj gagging appeal, endorses transparency

Criminal charges were laid against three M&G staffers by presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj in November 2011.

Maharaj denies M&G reports of kickbacks

Presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj and his wife Zarina have denied allegations that they took bribes for a 1990s tender for new drivers' licences.

Mac Maharaj: The ‘foul secret’ that has torn sister from sister

Presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj's sister-in-law has spoken to the M&G about her knowledge of a secret Swiss account.

Shirene Carim on Zarina Maharaj: In her own words

In an interview with the M&G, Shirene Carim, Zarina Maharaj's sister, expands on her reasons for coming forward now.

Maharaj and the ANC’s secrets

Reports have revealed that Mac Maharaj and his wife Zarina were willing to disclose sensitive ANC activities to avoid criminal investigations.

The evidence that damns Mac

A trail of evidence seen by the <i>M&G</i> shows Mac Maharaj as transport minister took payment after payment from contract bidder Schabir Shaik.

Mac’s catch 22: Where to now?

Mac Maharaj faces a predicament on how to respond to the serious allegations levelled against him in media reports on his section 28 testimony.

More Maharaj revelations come to light

President Jacob Zuma's spokesperson Mac Maharaj stands accused of receiving millions in bribes from French arms maker Thales.

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