20.10.2019 02:41 pm
Kubentheran Moodley’s safe deposit boxes, which were rented at security facility Knox Titanium Vault Company, were unlawfully seized by the dommission in June.
The raid of safe deposit boxes owned by a businessman and former adviser to former mineral resources minister Mosebenzi Zwane, Kubentheran Moodley, seized by the State Capture Inquiry Commission, has been deemed unlawful by the South Gauteng High Court, The Sunday Independent has revealed.
Elizabeth Rockman says the only Gupta brother she has had a meeting with is Rajesh Gupta.
The former DG Elizabeth Rockman says in August 2011 former Free State Premier Ace Magashule asked her to meet with Gupta associates.
The president says those complicit in corruption will be brought to book whether they are in or outside of South Africa.
The president has expressed efforts to tackle corruption in the country and bring those responsible to book, whether they were in the country or not.
The DA says allegations are rife that the car was a ‘thank you gift’ from the management of VBS and its shareholders.
The party says it is very disappointed that the minister of justice has failed to get educated from the recent embarrassing action by the US against the Guptas.
The Civil Society Working Group says the deepening levels of inequality, poverty and unemployment caused by state capture should be foremost in the minds of investigators and prosecutors.
The DA says President Cyril Ramaphosa’s administration is indecisive when it comes to acting on state capture.
‘The commission merely passed along their affidavits to Agrizzi,’ he claims.
South African authorities must crack the whip on the Gupta family, say opposition parties as the US moved to blacklist the controversial brothers with close links to former president Jacob Zuma.
The commission says the dates that it has set aside for Zuma’s appearance are now 21 to 25 October and 11 to 15 November.
A DA MP said the president ‘failed the country’ and should ‘shoulder the blame’ for the situation at the power utility.
Journalist Ranjeni Munusamy wants to see the face of the police officer who claimed that the police’s crime intelligence fund had paid for repairs to her car.