State Capture Inquiry
The Economic Freedom Fighters have reacted to news of BOSASA entering liquidation by calling for the government to get involved. The party is now calling for the companies assets to be 'expropriated without compensation.
Vytjie Mentor, former ANC MP, is determined that she will not change or withdraw her testimony from the Zondo Commission. Mentor is adamant that she will see it through to the 'bitter end'.
Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor has said that she will "never surrender" and will not alter her "truth". She added that she did not withdraw or change her Zondo Commission testimony. Mentor made the comments after cross-examination
African Global, formerly BOSASA, has announced their decision to liquidate the group after their bank announced that their accounts will be closed by the end of the month. This follows the companies implication in corruption.
Ajay Gupta is no longer a fugitive from South African justice. This comes as the warrant out for his arrest has reportedly been canceled. Gupta was wanted for his role in extensive corruption and state capture
The social media streets were sent into a frenzy after a lawyer made quite the blooper during the Zondo commission. A video of the mistake was shared on social media and Mzansi was left in stitches over 'Duduzane Gupta'.
The DA has urged new NPA head Shamila Batohi to reinstate charges against the Guptas relating to the Estina dairy farm fraud scandal. This comes after new evidence materialised regarding the scheme, relating to Agriculture Dpt
There appear to be more questions than answers as Vytjie Mentor testifies before the Zondo Commisison. Mentor, an ANC MP, has returned to the Commission after previously appearing before it in August. She spoke about Guptas
Angelo Agrizzi, ex-Bosasa boss, won't let his arrest stop him from finishing what he started. He wants to continue testifying before the State Capture Inquiry. He is happy to go back to the commission for cross-examination.
Several allegations have been made against suspended senior NPA official Nomgcobo Jiba, as well as suspended specialised crime unit head Lawrence Mrwebi. These accusations were made by the NPA's official Willie Hofmeyr
Adriaan Basson testified before the state capture inquiry today, detailing how he had received threatening calls after publishing articles on the corruption at the company. Basson also explains what led to him meeting Agrizzi.
The Hawks have confirmed that they have made seven arrests after investigations into the evidence submitted to the Zondo Commission. The suspects have been detained on charges of corruption, money laundering among others.
Ramaphosa assures investors that those found guilty of corruption will be going to prison. This follows a letter from western nations, warning him that failure to prosecute those implicated would have adverse effects on investment
Zondo Commission hears testimony of how bribe money was allegedly delivered at BOSASA. Gregory Lawrence testified how he had worked for a catering company, who he claims had helped supply BOSASA with cash used as bribes.
The DA's Mmusi Maimane has demanded that Cyril Ramaphosa reveal all the details of his son Andile's deal with Bosasa. This follows a dubious payment of R500 000 that Bosasa made to Andile Ramaphosa. DA says Ramaphosa must talk
Former ANC treasurer-general Zweli Mkhize has been implicated in payoffs of worth R4.5 million for facilitating transactions with the Public Investment Corporation (PIC). Mkhize is accused of having abused his office over the deal
Cyril Ramaphosa says that his campaign attempted to hand back the R500 000 donation from Gavin Twason, but were unsuccessful. He made the comments while speaking with public protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, who is investigating him
Gwede Mantashe has invited journalists to inspect his residencies in an attempt to shed light on recent allegations that BOSASA paid for upgrades to his homes. The Minister hopes the visit will give context to his own submission.
Witness Richard Le Roux of GTS, a division of Bosasa, told commission of inquiry into state capture on Thursday how the company worked on the homes of Mokonyane, Myeni, Mantashe and more. The work was all paid for by Bosasa.
Jacob Zuma went on the offensive as he slammed President Cyril Ramaphosa and Finance Minister Tito Mboweni for their negative comments on his reign. He slammed them for not addressing it internally and cited examples of progress.
South Africa is left reeled in the wake of Angelo Agrizzi's 9 day testimony before the Zondo Commission. The question now is: Was the ex-COO telling the truth? Or was everything he said motivated by racial hatred?
A man has been arrested after pretending to be a policeman in an effort to gain access to the building where the lawyers for the state capture inquiry work. Security guards caught on that there was something suspicious going on.
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