State Capture

Ramaphosa: Yes, the ANC enabled state capture

President Cyril Ramaphosa has admitted that members of the ANC were responsible for and allowed state capture. In a broadcast on eNCA just after 21:00 on Monday, Ramaphosa said: “The state was captured. It was the ANC that was captured. Yes, as the Zondo commission [into state capture] unfolds, clarity will become[…]

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Sars eyes Bosasa ‘tax dodgers’

In a first, dramatic move to deal with individuals implicated at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into state capture, SA’s tax authority has concluded preliminary investigations that are likely to result in individuals not only being served with hefty bills, but also charged for under-declaration of income, overstated expenses and[…]

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Gordhan a ‘political bully’: EFF

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan’s defamation and crimen injuria charges against the EFF are an attempt to silence the party, EFF president Julius Malema and his deputy Floyd Shivambu, said. “This application is nothing other than a thinly veiled attempt by Mr Gordhan to silence me and the deputy president[…]

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Damning Agrizzi testimony resumes at state capture inquiry

Damning testimony by former Bosasa chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi at the state capture inquiry is set to continue on Monday. Agrizzi has spent the last seven days at the Zondo commission giving testimony about how Bosasa allegedly paid millions of rand in bribes to top government officials in exchange for[…]

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Jiba’s legal team to cross examine witness Advocate Ferreira

Jiba and Mrwebi and another NPA official Jackie Lephinka was implicated in Agrizzi’s testimony before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture on Thursday. The legal team of suspended NPA Senior Advocate Nomgcobo Jiba will continue to cross-examine witness, Advocate Jan Ferreira, in the Mokgoro Enquiry in Pretoria on Friday morning. The Enquiry[…]

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Shots fired! Outa blasts Denel at state capture inquiry

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) has lashed out at state arms firm Denel in its first submission to the state capture inquiry. Outa said its submission aims to outline how appointees under former president Jacob Zuma’s administration allegedly manipulated policies in the interests of themselves or the Gupta family.[…]

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