• Independent Online

    Khulubuse Zuma on the brink

    Durban - Time might be running out for the former director of Aurora Empowerment Systems, Khulubuse Zuma, who is known for his champagne lifestyle. This week, Zuma, who is former president Jacob Zuma's nephew, was provisionally sequestrated in the Durban High Court - after he did not comply with a repayment agreement with liquidators. In 2009, Zuma and other Aurora directors - Solly and Fazel Bhana, Thulani Ngubane and Zondwa Mandela, the late Nelson Mandela's grandson - bought two Pamodzi mines, but failed to maintain them. Workers weren't paid and the operations fell into disrepair. In 2010, the company was put into liquidation and the operations closed. On Friday, trade union Solidarity welcomed

  • Independent Online

    Gauteng under ANC's David Makhura a failing province, says Msimanga

    PRETORIA - Outgoing Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga on Friday said the Gauteng province, led by the ANC's David Makhura as premier, continues to fail many South Africans - young and old - who reside in South Africa's most populous province. "In the last few weeks, we saw the release of the 2018 matric results, where the real pass rate of the province is only 48%. This means that millions of learners who began grade one 12 years ago have been lost through the system and less than half of them make it through matric. This is a crisis," Msimanga told a media briefing in Johannesburg. "What is even more tragic is that millions of those who have passed matric are likely to join the ranks of the unemployed,

  • www.timeslive.co.za

    President for sale: Watsons 'bought Zuma for R300k a month'

    Explosive details about an audacious corruption empire rivalling that of the Guptas

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    Jose Mourinho breaks his silence after Man Utd exit, trashes enemies

    Soccer Jose Mourinho has broken his silence in the wake of his sacking as Manchester United manager last month by launching what appears to be a thinly veiled attack on the club's management structure, Paul Pogba and player power.

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    How Angelo Agrizzi fought and lost battle for Bosasa

    Leaked materials say executive wanted keys to the company

  • AllAfrica.com

    Botswana: Once Most Feared Man In Botswana Arrested on Corruption Charges

    Johannesburg - Former Botswana director-general of the Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) Isaac Kgosi has been arrested at the Sir Seretse Khama International Airport on his arrival from Dubai. He is facing charges related to tax evasion and corruption. In a video posted on social media during his arrest, he is seen denying the allegations and asking the police officers if they are arresting him in a public place to embarrass him. Addressing the media outside Kgosi's house the current DIS Director, General Peter Magosi, said the arrest is just the beginning and it comes weeks after a lifestyle audit was conducted on the former intelligence head by the Botswana Unified Revenue Services

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    The way to Nomvula's heart

    Frozen chickens, braai packs, expensive whisky and a Louis Vuitton handbag stuffed with R300,000 in cash.