The dramatic arrest last month of a woman accused of demanding a R300 000 bribe to stop harassing the deputy finance minister has a back story: an evidently traumatic abortion, and his offer to pay her the money for psychological treatment.
The EFF leader’s brother has had an astonishing reversal of fortunes. Early this year he could afford no more than R5 000 per month to pay his enormous VBS debt. Last month he suddenly had R1-million and this week he had another R2-million to throw at the problem. Where he got it, no one knows.
The EFF’s ban of amaB and DM threatens not only the media, but democracy.
Men suspected of planning assassinations in their native India were traced to South Africa in 2016 – but where are they now and where are the police?
Transnet pension fund sets out the A to Z of its exposure to ‘Gupta corruption’.
#GuptaLeaks records disclosed in new court papers shows the Gupta computer company made R122-million profit on a deal that cost it just R167.
A Transnet pension fund has accused Capitec Bank of setting itself up to benefit from state capture abuses by blocking a major settlement for Transnet pensioners. Capitec says it is defending its empowerment credentials, but the pension fund says it is trying to take unfair advantage.
After allegations emerged in court of yet another scam that Regiments Capital used to plunder a Transnet pension fund, Regiments directors quickly agreed to pay half a billion rand to settle all the fund’s claims against it. But Eric Wood, a former director, has gone to court to quash the deal, claiming his former colleagues are using the company’s money to save themselves, leaving him to face the music.
An international drug kingpin spills claims of hitmen, henchmen and high-ranking dealers.