Pravin Gordhan

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South Africa’s finance minister Pravin Gordhan during a Bloomberg television interview in New York on  October 4th.   Photograph: Christopher Goodney/Bloomberg

South Africa’s finance minister Pravin Gordhan has been summonsed to appear in court next month to face charges of fraud related to alleged misconduct(...)

South African president and ANC leader Jacob Zuma: faced accusations, which he denied, that the Gupta brothers were offering senior government posts in return for favours. Photograph: Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters

Three Indian brothers accused of using their close relationship with South African president Jacob Zuma to illegally secure contracts and make dodgy d(...)

DoubleTree by Hilton: Dalata’s announcement that  it was looking at taking over the former Burlington sent shares in the hotel group up by more than 5.4%. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

European equities climbed for a third day, with investor confidence slowly coming back amid the calmest market in more than a year. Dublin’s Iseq ro(...)

South African president Jacob Zuma (right) with French president François Hollande during a summit on health and sanitary security. Photograph: Olivier Anrigo/EPA

Although the African National Congress’s top decision-making body has publicly backed President Jacob Zuma despite another scandal emerging to undermi(...)

President Jacob Zuma answering questions in parliament in Cape Town on March 17th: it is claimed his close friends the Gupta brothers offered the finance ministry in exchange for favours. Photograph: Mike Hutchings

Interest in this weekend’s meeting of the African National Congress’s top decision-making body has ramped up following accusations an influential Indi(...)

South Africa’s new finance minister Pravin Gordhan (left) chats with Lesetja Kganyago, governor of the Reserve Bank of South Africa, during a media briefing in Pretoria on Monday. Photograph: Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters

South Africa’s new finance minister – its third in four days – has moved to calm markets and investors unnerved by an astonishing week in South Africa(...)

South Africa’s treasury is looking into Libyan assertions that slain leader Muammar Gaddafi and his family stashed money and other assets in the count(...)

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