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Guptas' flagship Oakbay faces liquidation application over R2m unpaid rent

11th September 2018 Business rescue practitioners appointed to save a Gupta business have filed an application for the liquidation of the Gupta's flagship company, Oakbay Investments, as a result of its failure to pay rent to another Gupta-owned company, Tegeta. In court papers filed in the Johannesburg High Court... 

Hawks investigate cases related to Gupta-loot worth more than R40bn

16th August 2018 The Hawks are investigating cases related to the Guptas' state capture project that involves more than R40 billion which has been plundered from state coffers. Lieutenant General Godfrey Lebeya presented the Hawks' progress in several cases of state capture to the Portfolio Committee on Police on... 

Gordhan announces whistleblower hotline to boost fight against corruption

15th August 2018 Stabilising State-owned enterprises could take six months or longer, depending on the extent of corruption, said Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan. The minister on Wednesday briefed the portfolio committee on public enterprises on the progress made in addressing governance challenges at... 

Treasury says has received draft report on Eskom coal contract

30th July 2018 South Africa's National Treasury has received the draft forensic report on alleged irregularities in the awarding by state power utility Eskom of a coal contract to Tegeta and in logistics firm Transnet’s procurement of locomotives from China South Rail, it said at the weekend. The Treasury said... 

Bail hearing postponed for men who allegedly torched mineworker bus, leaving six dead

13th July 2018 The case against five men who torched a bus in which six miners were killed earlier this year has been postponed until August for a formal bail application. Kgaogelo Moime, 29, Sipho Khumalo, 28, Thabo Mokgala, 32, Aubrey Tjie, 35, and Philimon Makwana, 34, stand accused of setting a bus on fire... 

Private security company allegedly opens fire on protesters, injuring eight in Marikana

26th June 2018 Eight people were shot and injured during a legal march, after a private security company fired rubber bullets at a group protesting outside Glencore mine in Marikana, North West on Tuesday morning. "While the march was busy, a private security firm fired shots at the protesters. One of the... 

DPE probes Gupta-linked Alexkor for environmental law compliance

5th June 2018 The Department of Public Enterprises is investigating whether state-owned mining company Alexkor, which had links with the infamous Gupta family, complies with environmental legislation. This has emerged in Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan's answer to a parliamentary question by DA... 

Gupta-owned Shiva Uranium's business rescue practitioners throw in towel

31st May 2018 The business rescue practitioners (BRPs) appointed to save Gupta-owned company Shiva Uranium have resigned with immediate effect after their relationship with the state-owned Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) - the company's largest creditor – turned sour. Louis Klopper and Robert Knoop... 

Gupta-owned mines' rehabilitation funds case back in court

31st May 2018 An application by the trustees of the mining rehabilitation funds of two Gupta-owned companies, to reverse the attachment of about R1.7-billion by the National Director of Public Prosecutions, is expected be heard in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on Thursday. The money was seized by... 

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... 

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