GuptaLeaks

Mantsha has had a long and bumpy road to becoming former president Jacob Zuma's new lawyer.
On Monday, KPMG announced that 400 people will lose their jobs. How did this once-credible firm reach this point?
The Guptas have lodged an application for leave to appeal a ruling that ordered them to return a luxury aircraft that they were leasing.
A temple under construction in their home town of Saharanpur was allegedly used in Gupta money-laundering schemes.
The Guptas reportedly hatched a plan to fund their hospital with funds siphoned off from provincial health department contracts.
The company reportedly wants to cut ties with the Guptas.
MPs want Mkhwebane to explain remarks about aspects of her investigation.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane called to explain comments she made about not having the resources to investigate information relating to the Gupta leaks.
Thuli Madonsela says the inquiry must continue the work of the Public Protector's office.
Three more instances of apparent money laundering involving the Guptas have been discovered, while KPMG was auditing the firms involved.