The Gupta Empire Is Falling – List of affected companies

The once-powerful Gupta empire is collapsing, with at least eight businesses filing for business rescue this week. This means that the hundreds of millions of rands in this empire have now disappeared.

“It was inevitable that the empire would implode. South Africans are fierce defenders of justice. With their support OUTA, other civil society organizations and the media have worked tirelessly to expose and oppose their looting and to see that justice prevail,” says Ben Theron, OUTA’s COO.
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Cyril Ramaphosa – Reshuffle: Whose heads will roll?

President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to announce a Cabinet reshuffle by next Friday amid growing calls to fire ministers implicated in state capture.

The ministers seen as being compromised or underperforming are Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini, Water Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane, Co-operative Governance Minister Des van Rooyen,
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The 2018 Budget is there to fight corruption

Renewed vigour to tackle corruption head-on was palpable in National Treasury’s 2018 budget, tabled in parliament on Wednesday.

Deep-rooted and wide-spread corruption has become commonplace in the public sector under the leadership of former
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Only stagnant pools remain after the Zunami

Former president Jacob Zuma’s rambling monologue on the SABC on Wednesday afternoon wasn’t just an arrogant, delusional act of defiance in the face of the ANC’s national executive committee (NEC) instruction to step down as head of state.

It was his final act of working outside the structures of the governing party, and of the state, and of using the resources that his deployment to government had enabled him to pursue his own agenda, often to the detriment of both.
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‘Zuma Is Going To Have His Day In Court Soon And It’s Going To Be Ugly’

Jacob Zuma is set to face the music —  soon he will be charged with the arms-deal corruption case and he might face ill-discipline charges by his party. The Sunday Times has revealed that the National Prosecuting Authority is going to recommend that some of the charges against Zuma be reinstated, having lined up more than 200 witnesses to testify against him.
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President Ramaphosa’s maiden State of the Nation

State of the Nation Address by the President of the Republic of South Africa, Mr Cyril Ramaphosa, 16 February 2018, Parliament

Speaker of the National Assembly, Ms Baleka Mbete,

Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces, Ms Thandi Modise,
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State capture: ANC plots a way for Zuma to walk free

A presidential pardon could be part of the ANC’s package offered to President Jacob Zuma for him to vacate office before his term comes to an end in 2019. ANC insiders said this week there have been informal discussions between supporters of Zuma and ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa about the possibility of granting Zuma a […]
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Zuma: State capture commission must investigate all state corruption, focus on Guptas

President Jacob Zuma wants the state capture commission of inquiry to investigate all forms of government corruption, including allegations against him, his Cabinet ministers, the Gupta family and state-owned entities. In the terms of reference seen by News24 on Thursday, Zuma says the commission must investigate whether, by whom and to what extent attempts were […]
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Hain The Pain Guns For Greedy London Lawyers In SARS Cover-Up Scandal. #GuptaCurse

EDINBURGH — South African anti-apartheid campaigner Lord Peter Hain is on a mission to rescue the country again – this time from the claws of the corrupt and the captured who have tampered with the fledgling democracy in the name of personal greed. South African-born Hain earned the moniker ‘Hain the Pain’ for encouraging sanctions against the National […]
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JZ sets conditions if he’s to go

Supporters of President Jacob Zuma are demanding that ANC MP Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma take over as the country’s interim president as a condition for him to step down, ANC insiders told the Mail & Guardian this week. Party insiders familiar with the behind-the-scenes negotiations on Zuma’s future say the former ANC president and his supporters have […]
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South Africans are trying to decode Ramaphosa (and getting it wrong)

During the Cold War, a new profession emerged – “Kremlinologists”, a hodge-podge of academics, journalists, other scoundrels, and commentators, who would study every minute detail of the behaviour of Soviet Union leaders when they were in public. They examined who stood next to whom, whose chair was closer or further away from the leader, who […]
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Zuma jnr. is linked with Cape “Mafia”

It appears that Jacob Zuma’s son, Duduzane, has connections with Nafiz Modack. Modack is involved in the Cape Underground movement, which allegedly extends nightclub owners as part of the overall security oversight of clubs. Modack is currently in custody and in the trial case it is apparent that Modack have ties with head police officers […]
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Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo to head commission of inquiry into state capture

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has made the decision to appoint deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo, the Presidency announced in a statement on Tuesday evening. In the statement, President Jacob Zuma announced that he is officially appointing a commission of inquiry into state capture. Zuma said that the Pretoria high court’s order for him to appoint […]
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Records Show They Splashed R4.5 Million: How The Guptas Bought Zuma’s Wife A House

In 2016, The Guptas denied allegations that they bought Zuma’s wife costing R5.24 million – However, records provided tell a completely different story – According to those records, Duduzane Zuma and the Guptas paid R3.4 million on the property’s bond, as well as a R1.15 million deposit The Gupta family’s PR and reputation firm, Bell […]
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