Ex-editor reveals Jacob Zuma’s role in creating ANN7

A former ANN7 editor and employee of the Guptas has exposed former president Jacob Zuma’s direct hand in the creation of the controversial news channel. In an explosive new book, he also bares how Gupta lieutenants fraudulently handed South African jobs to Indian nationals. Indian journalist Rajesh Sundaram’s tell-all book[…]

Read »

Hunt still on for Gupta brothers, Duduzane Zuma: Hawks

The Hawks say the hunt is still on for the Gupta brothers. Police have declared Ajay Gupta a fugitive from justice and are also looking for Atul Gupta and Duduzane Zuma over alleged corruption. Hawks spokesperson, Brigadier Hangwani Muluadzi says more arrests are looming. He adds, “Well, we haven’t had[…]

Read »

Vavi praises AFU after Vrede farm seizure

The Assets Forfeiture Unit has moved swiftly to seize the controversial dairy Vrede farm in the Free State. Saftu president – Zwelinzima Vavi says he is happy that the AFU acted on their complaint. Vavi says they lodged the complaint following reports that money had been looted from the public[…]

Read »

HSBC closes accounts linked to Guptas

HSBC has revealed it’s closed accounts of companies linked to the Guptas. The bank is investigating its possible relationship with the controversial family. Last month UK labour MP and anti-apartheid activist Peter Hain urged authorities to probe HSBC and Standard Chartered bank for billions thought to have been laundered through[…]

Read »

UK government worries over fallout of state corruption in SA

The UK government on Thursday said it was taking allegations of state-linked corruption in South Africa very seriously, as possible links to British banks could sully the reputation of the UK’s financial industry. The House of Lords, the UK Parliament’s upper chamber, was debating money laundering and state corruption in[…]

Read »

National shutdown on Wednesday as Cosatu strikes

Wednesday’s national strike action organised by trade federation Cosatu will affect all sectors of the economy. So said Cosatu’s general secretary Bheki Ntshalintshali, as the union declared its readiness for a total shut down of the country in all 13 provinces. About 100 000 workers are expected to join tomorrow’s[…]

Read »
WhatsApp WhatsApp us
Wait a sec, saving restore vars.