Iqbal Sharma’s brother-in-law will appear in court to face charges in relation to an allegedly Gupta-linked Free State government contract.
From 14m-long Persian carpets to chairs imported from the Jaipur Palace, the level of lavishness in Gupta-linked businessman Iqbal Sharma and Tarina Patel’s Sandton home is beyond belief. Have a look.
Former Transnet Board member and Gupta family associate, Iqbal Sharma, will have to wait until Tuesday for the outcome of his bail application
The Investigating Directorate will ask Interpol to arrest the Gupta brothers so they can be extradited to stand trial in SA.
Three former Agriculture Department officials and a Gupta business associate are facing charges of fraud, money laundering and corruption.
Chairperson of the State Capture Inquiry Raymond Zondo said former president Jacob Zuma will be expected to appear between 16 and 20 November 2020
Fed up South Africans have voiced their worries over the advent of corruption in the country, even under the so-called ‘New Dawn’.
The ‘How to Steal a Country’ trailer has reminded South Africans just how much was lost due to corruption under the influence of the Guptas.
More losses for a firm that was once one of the biggest in South Africa.
On Tuesday night, Gigaba appeared before the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs
Nhlanhla Nene has sung like a canary at the state capture inquiry, but it probably won’t be enough to keep the EFF off his back.
After the state capture inquiry ruled that the #GuptaLeaks could be used as evidence, we’re looking at the bombshells the commission will investigate.
We stan you, “Stan”. A lawyer for one of the whistleblowers behind the #GuptaLeaks has revealed how the Americans got involved.
The men who made the #GuptaLeaks emails public have revealed that one “he-he-he” too many from JZ was the final straw.
As the old saying goes: When days are dark, friends are few.
He’s gon’ be right. He’s gon’ be alright!
The former Gupta-lenders are seeking a way out of Mzansi
Well that settles that, then.
It all started with a wedding. A 200 plus entourage of friends and family landed their private aircraft at the Waterkloof Air Force Base in April 2013. What South African’s didn’t know was that the country had already entered a new era of corruption that was to have a myriad negative consequences. Now, after years of legal […]
The auditors have not been doing their jobs properly at all
If the latest reports are anything to go by, MultiChoice may be part of that “dodgy” Gupta business sector in South Africa.
Some tough question are coming this guy’s way.
The net is closing in on these state capture architects