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Relief in Canada, where the Guptas are making front-page news. The country’s Export Development Canada, which funded the purchase of the brothers’ jet, has come under fire for advancing state-backed loans to clients embroiled in corruption scandals.
Six months before his contract expires, Tom Moyane is finally ejected from the South African Revenue Service.
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Its been a rocky start to negotiations under Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe. The mining industry wants closure on the issue and doesn’t want every successive charter to move the goalposts a little further down the track.
Only 14% of Steinhoff Africa Retail (Star) is liquid on the JSE. Its parent, Steinhoff International, owns 77% and its "independent" chairperson Jayendra Naidoo 9%.
It is good that the families of the Life Esidimeni victims have received a measure of justice and compensation. I would like an answer to this question: What did they do, before these tragic deaths, to raise the alarm about their loved ones starving + living in profound neglect?— Helen Zille (@helenzille) March 20, 2018