On Tuesday night, Gigaba appeared before the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs
Not looking good for the brothers.
The infamous Guptas reportedly got their hands on another controversial figure’s Constantia mansion, and have big plans for its expansion, but residents are putting up one heck of a fight.
Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor has a few questions for new finance minister Malusi Gigaba’s controversial adviser…
Saxowold is set to play host to a week long religious celebration honouring selflessness, bu civil rights organisations aren’t convinced.
More problems for the Guptas, right outside their front door.
Another Eskom board member has resigned, less than a week after CEO Brian Molefe threw in the towel on account of the State of Capture report.
The ANC Youth League has lashed out at senior ANC members like Jackson Mthembu for speaking out against Jacob Zuma; and defended his relationship with the Guptas.
Brian Molefe’s not had a great week and on Friday tried to set the record straight about being implicated in the state capture report and what he really meant when he tried to explain his 19 trips to Saxonwold.
Eskom CEO Brian Molefe did his best to explain why he had visited the Guptas at Saxonwold 19 times, and the best he could do was claim he’d been visiting a shebeen in the area instead.