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Op-Ed: On corruption: How South Africa’s new leader can replace bold promises with bold action

While holding corrupt leaders accountable sends a powerful message, if Ramaphosa’s long-term strategy does not include investments in innovations that lead to prosperity creation, he’s effectively snipping the buds while the roots remain intact.

#StateCaptureInquiry: The Zuma must go campaign was part of the conspiracy

Zuma sounded a little bitter as he hinted that he was going to retaliate and told of the pain suffered by his family.

“I have been vilified over the years!” Zuma and his comrade conspiracy theories open day one of #StateCaptureInquiry

Former President Jacob Zuma made it clear his comrades were out to get him when he began giving evidence to the Zondo Commission in Johannesburg.

Guptas and midnight contracts castigated in Eskom shake up

It didn't take long for the name of the notorious Gupta brothers – who once made millions selling coal in South Africa with questionable contracts – to be dragged into the big shake up at Africa’s biggest power generator.

#StateCaptureInquiry: Zuma fired me for refusing to approve Gupta deals – Nhlanhla Nene

South Africa’s Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene was giving testimony at the State Capture Commission of Inquiry.

South Africa signs extradition treaty with UAE that could target Gupta brothers, what you need to know…

The Indian-born brothers - Ajay, Atul and Rajesh - have been accused of using their ties with Zuma to siphon off billions of rand in state funds.

McKinsey to pay back R1bn to Eskom, Trillian not part of deal

As Trillian was not party to the settlement, Eskom will continue to pursue the recovery of the remainder of the payments made to Trillian through the legal review process that was launched earlier this year.

Workers face bleak future as Gupta empire unravels

Workers face bleak future as Gupta empire unravels

Explainer: Which Guptas assets are in business rescue?

Explainer: Which Guptas assets are in business rescue?

We don’t need Gupta input to rescue SA businesses – Johan Louis Klopper

We don’t need Gupta input to rescue SA businesses - Johan Louis Klopper

Atul Gupta challenges South African asset freeze

Atul Gupta, one of three Gupta brothers being investigated for corrupt links to ousted South African president Jacob Zuma, is challenging a court order freezing 10 million rand ($859,025) in his bank account,

Hawks spokesperson gives update Gupta family arrests

Hawks spokesperson gives update Gupta family arrests

South African police raid Gupta home, pressure cranks up on Zuma

Heavily armed South African police raided the luxury home of the Gupta family on Wednesday as part of a probe into allegations the three...

South African rand firms on talk Zuma will resign, Gupta arrest

South Africa’s rand firmed on Wednesday on expectations President Jacob Zuma would offer his formal resignation after the ruling African National Congress (ANC) party...

The Guptas are finished – Political Analyst

The Guptas are finished – Political Analyst

NPA won’t act yet on Guptas

NPA won’t act yet on Guptas

Canada cancels loan to South Africa’s Gupta family for Bombardier jet purchase

Canada’s trade financing agency Export Development Canada (EDC) said on Thursday it has scrapped a deal to help finance the sale of a Bombardier...

Naspers should explain alleged payment to Guptas “quickly”, says shareholder

Naspers should explain alleged payment to Guptas “quickly”, says shareholder

Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama talks earnings, Gupta links

Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama talks earnings, Gupta links

Multinational SAP concludes probe, reports Gupta-related misconduct to US authorities

SAP has voluntarily disclosed information about its South Africa business to U.S. authorities responsible for enforcing the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

Lord Peter Hain on the Gupta money trail, sate capture probe

Lord Peter Hain on the Gupta money trail, sate capture probe

FBI investigating the Guptas’ financial transactions

Gupta cash flows being investigated by the FBI

KPMG SA’s new CEO speaks frankly on Gordhan, reputational damage, Guptas, BLSA

It's been a week to forget for the South African Chapter of KPMG. Today Business Leadership South Africa suspended the auditor’s membership, yesterday the Reserve Bank governor warned of risks to the broader financial system from the KPMG saga. KPMG SA's new CEO Nhlamulo Dlomu sat down with CNBC Africa reporter, Karabo Letlhatlha to discuss the current problems facing the audit firm.

KPMG SA’s new CEO speaks frankly on Gordhan, reputational damage, Guptas, BLSA

KPMG SA’s new CEO speaks frankly on Gordhan, reputational damage, Guptas, BLSA

What KPMG’s Gupta imbroglio says about corruption in South Africa

Jannie Rossouw | University of the Witwatersrand   As far as corporate accountability goes, the recent announcement that the CEO and seven senior executives at auditing and...

Sasfin dumps KPMG for Deloitte over Sars, Gupta saga

Sasfin dumps KPMG for Deloitte over Sars, Gupta saga

KPMG South Africa shakes out top management over Gupta scandal

Global auditor KPMG cleared out its South African leadership on Friday after damning findings from an internal investigation into work done for the Guptas,...

McKinsey ignored staff warnings in South Africa Gupta scandal, ex-employees say

Global consultancy McKinsey, facing parliamentary hearings in South Africa over payments to a firm controlled by a billionaire family, ignored suspicions raised over several...

Moses Kgosana clarifies on Gupta scandal claims, quits Imperial post

Kgosana steps down as Chairman of Imperials Audit Committee

Duduzane Zuma speaks on his Gupta connection

Duduzane also addresses claims by Former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas, that Duduzane was at a meeting where Jonas was allegedly offered a R600-million bribe.

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