State Capture Inquiry Latest News
President Cyril Ramaphosa says state capture and corruption have cost South Africa R500 billion, but a new chapter is about to begin.
The top legal minds in South Africa have been given the task of assisting the investigation and prosecution involved in bringing those responsible for state capture to justice.
Former president Jacob Zuma needs to keep his wits about him if he wants to survive the next two weeks intact. With his corruption trial and a State Capture Inquiry ahead, things are about to get hairy.
In a bid to hold the Gupta family accountable for allegations of state capture, South Africa has approached seven countries for mutual legal assistance.
Dr Iqbal Survé’s businesses were raided recently, prompting him to lash out against Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, who seems relatively unimpressed.
Angelo Agrizzi's appearence at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture was short-lived this morning, postponed over missing documents.