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Court orders business rescue practitioners be allowed back at Gupta-linked firms

7th May 2018 An appeal to have business rescue practitioners barred from the office of several Gupta-linked companies has been overturned in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg. Business rescue practitioners Louis Klopper and Robert Knoop were told they were "no longer welcome" by the very... 

Gupta-owned mines' rehabilitation fund case postponed

20th April 2018 An urgent court application by the Gupta-owned Optimum and Koornfontein coal mines to reclaim rehabilitation funds worth over R1.7-billion, has been postponed. The money was seized by the National Prosecuting Authority's (NPA) Asset Forfeiture Unit. Trustees of the rehabilitation funds controlled... 

Missing $15bn diamond revenue – 'It's all lies,' says Mugabe

17th April 2018 Zimbabwe's former president Robert Mugabe has retracted his remarks over the alleged missing $15-billion diamond revenue amid investigations by the national assembly, according to a report. In a claim that's coming back to haunt him, the former Zimbabwe strongman said in 2016 that $15-billion... 

Senior govt officials, including Zim VP 'to appear before Parliament' about $15bn diamond scandal

10th April 2018 Several senior government officials have reportedly been summoned by Zimbabwe's parliamentary portfolio committee on mines and energy over the missing $15-billion diamond revenue. According to reports, former President Robert Mugabe, announced in 2015 that $15-billion of diamonds were spirited... 

Five arrested for murder of miners who were burnt beyond recognition

4th April 2018 Five men have been arrested for the violent murders of six Modikwa Platinum Mine workers outside Driekop, in Limpopo. Provincial police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo said two of the men had been arrested on Tuesday evening, and three more on Wednesday. "The high-level investigation... 

Six mineworkers die after their bus is set alight

3rd April 2018 Six mineworkers died and 28 others were injured after the bus they were travelling in was set alight outside Driekop, in Limpopo, on Monday evening. "Two people who pretended to be mine workers, got onto the bus and set it alight. They then got out and fled," Limpopo police spokesperson Brigadier... 

Court orders preservation order for Guptas' mine rehabilitation funds

12th March 2018 The National Prosecuting Authority has secured a court order to preserve the mining rehabilitation funds of two Gupta-owned mines held by the Bank of Baroda which intends leaving South Africa. According to the North Gauteng High Court order, dated March 8, the money in the in the Optimum Mine... 

More Gupta-owned companies apply for business rescue

23rd February 2018 More Gupta-linked companies have filed for business rescue, company documents show. This comes shortly after the family's Optimum mines filed for business rescue earlier this month. This leaves their creditors holding a particularly busy bag of cats. 

Public Protector finds Brown 'inadvertently' misled Parliament about Eskom-Trillian

23rd February 2018 The Public Protector has found that Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown misled the National Assembly when she denied there were engagements between power utility Eskom and the Gupta-linked company Trillian Capital Partners. This is according to a report issued by the Public Protector Busisiwe... 

Families of slain Marikana miners call on Ramaphosa to turn his promises into action

22nd February 2018 Following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s promise of atonement for the Marikana massacre, 36 families of the striking miners who were killed have said that reparations should include a formal apology from the police minister and criminal charges against the police officers involved. During... 

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