The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) says it is considering suing the formerly Gupta-owned mining group Tegeta Exploration and Resources for the funds already paid over to it in the now invalidated coal contract with Eskom.
Eskom says it will comply with the court order setting aside its R3.7 billion coal contract with the formerly Gupta-owned mining group Tegeta Exploration & Resources.
The commission of inquiry into state capture will on Tuesday wrap up its testimony on Gupta-linked TNA Media breakfast contracts with SOEs.
Former Eskom chair Zola Tsotsi has confirmed to the State Capture Commission that he first met the Gupta brothers at the home of former Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown.
The absence of the Gupta brothers as witnesses at the State Capture Inquiry does not jeopardise the process.
While South Africa continues its efforts to extradite the controversial Gupta family, some of them are trying to renew their South African passports. This was revealed by Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi during an interview with the SABC on Tuesday evening.
International law expert Gary Eisenberg says the United Arab Emirates (UAE) must play its part in helping with the extradition of the Gupta brothers to South Africa.
Political analyst Dirk Kotze says new Johannesburg Mayor Geoff Makhubo’s links with the controversial Gupta family are factors that could come back to haunt him.
The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture has heard how the Guptas used their relationship with former President Jacob Zuma to bully their way into business.
Former head of South Africa’s Secret Service Mo Shaik says former President Jacob Zuma could not separate his relationship with the Guptas from his responsibilities as head of state.