Call for EFF to condemn #FloydShivambu after assaulting journalist
A video has emerged showing Floyd Shivambu grabbing Media24 journalist Adrian de Kock around the neck outside Parliament.
Shivambu to 'email official apology’ to De Kock for scuffle
Video footage shows EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu grabbing journalist Adrian de Kock by the neck along with two unnamed men.
EFF’s Shivambu caught on camera assaulting journalist at Parliament
The red berets have not been available for comment at this stage.
Court dismisses Gupta firms' bid to halt Bank of Baroda's SA exit
Nineteen companies linked to the Gupta family tried to prevent the bank from closing its South African operations.
Gigaba considering revoking Ajay Gupta’s permanent residency - report
The 'Sunday Times' reported that Gigaba has spoken to President Cyril Ramaphosa about revoking his residency following his blunder at a media conference last week.
Judgment expected soon in Gupta plane case
The High Court in Johannesburg heard an urgent court application brought by Canadian bank Export Development Canada on Friday which financed the Guptas private plane.
'Application to ground Gupta-owned private jet not urgent'
The legal team representing the Canadian bank has argued that the Gupta-owned private jet should be grounded, pending the outcome of proceedings in the UK.
Estina dairy farm preservation order slashed to R40m
The High Court in Bloemfontein has amended the initial order granted to the NPA's Asset Forfeiture Unit which claimed the money was the result of crimes linked to the project & the Gupta family.
Canadian bank wants Gupta-owned private jet grounded
The bank says the Gupta family has defaulted on the loan and it's concerned the aircraft may be used to evade justice or for other unlawful purposes.
SAP aims to regain trust of South Africans in wake of Gupta deal scandal
SAP says an investigation has found compliance breaches and indications of misconduct regarding payments that were made to Gupta-linked entities.
Eskom: Suzanne Daniels still has to answer a number of allegations
Eskom says that while the CCMA found that process to suspend her was incorrect, she still has to answer to a number of allegations.
Sassa: Social grants will be paid on 1 April
Sassa asked the court to suspend the invalidity of its contract with grants distributor, Cash Paymaster Service (CPS), for a further six months.
Eskom to seek legal advice over CCMA ruling on Suzanne Daniels’ suspension
Suzanne Daniels compiled a report in 2017 about Eskom’s relationship with Gupta-linked Trillian and identified several executives who were facing serious allegations,
SAP: Changes made to global compliance processes following Gupta scandal
SAP says an investigation has found compliance breaches and indications of misconduct in these public-sector deals linked to multi-million rand kickbacks to Gupta-owned companies.
CCMA rules in favour of suspended Eskom exec Suzanne Daniels
Eskom suspended Suzanne Daniels last year, twice, for among other things, a team building trip which Daniels had billed the company for.
CIPC lays complaint against SAP
SAP has on Thursday released the findings of an investigation into allegations that it paid more than R100 million in kickbacks to Gupta-owned companies for these contracts.
Sassa has contingency plan in place if CPS contract extension bid fails
The South African Post Office is ready to distribute all other payments to millions of beneficiaries from 1 April.
'Nearly half of naturalised Guptas in SA from controversial family'
Home Affairs has recorded a total of 62 people in the country with the surname Gupta. They say 39 are not citizens and 10 were born in this country.