Zuma's new lawyer was reportedly instrumental in helping the Guptas set up a joint venture with Denel.
Ronica Ragavan is reportedly at the centre of the suspicious transfer of funds meant for Optimum to an unrelated third party company.
Nine people were arrested for allegedly defrauding Sars using false VAT claims, and some of the money paid out is said to have gone to the Guptas.
Moyane has been under the media spotlight recently for his role in handling millions of rands in VAT refunds to a Gupta-linked company via a third party.
Three more instances of apparent money laundering involving the Guptas have been discovered, while KPMG was auditing the firms involved.
We'll believe it when we see it.
Workers haven't been paid on time.
It's one option being explored by the disgraced PR company. But who would want to buy it?
The buck cannot stop with Bell Pottinger... we have to hold accountable the people who hired them, says spin doctor Chris Vick.
The public relations body said Bell Pottinger's South African campaign was a "completely reprehensible piece of work".
Disgraced Bell Pottinger will 'voluntarily' follow ethics code.
The campaign "was by any reasonable standard of judgement likely to inflame racial discord in South Africa".
The announcement will officially be made at 1am South African time on Tuesday.
HuffPost SA asked four simple questions.
Journalists were targets.
Oakbay Investments' sale of Tegeta to a little-known Swiss-based company for R2.97 billion has raised suspicions the latter may be a shelf company.
They sold Tegeta Exploration and Resources to Swiss-based Charles King SA for R2.97bn.
UK PR company Bell Pottinger faces a disciplinary hearing over its work for Oakbay Investments. Don’t expect an outcome right away.
Progressive Professional’s Forum (PPF) president Mzwanele Manyi has snapped up the Gupta-owned ANN7 and The New Age for R450 million.
Leaked emails appear to show that the PR firm was behind the Gupta's Oakbay page despite being under investigation.