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South African minister in leaked sex video rejects calls to quit

South Africa's embattled home affairs minister said Sunday he would not resign after the country's public standards watchdog said he lied under oath and following the leaking of a private sex video.
FILE PHOTO- Malusi Gigaba, then finance minister, delivers his budget address at Parliament in Cape Town, South Africa February 21, 2018. REUTERS-Mike Hutchings - RC132D544D50-File Photo

South African minister says he was blackmail target over sex tape

South Africa's Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has said he was the target of extortion attempts after a private sex video was stolen following a hacking incident.
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South Africa introduces measures to ease travel into country

South African Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba on Tuesday announced measures to ease movement of people into the country to stimulate economic growth.

South Africa looks to strip Gupta brother’s residency

South Africa has launched proceedings to strip the permanent residency status of one of the lynchpins of a controversial Indian business family accused of corruption, an official said on Sunday.

South Africa court finds finance minister violated constitution

A South African court held that Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba violated the constitution in statements he made about his decision to revoke his approval of a company’s bid to open a private airport immigration facility.

Speculation rife as South Africa’s Cyril Ramaphosa set to purge cabinet

South Africa’s newly appointed president Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to conduct his first cabinet reshuffle soon, according to local media reports.

Millions looted during Nelson Mandel’s funeral

The head of South Africa’s anti-corruption watchdog, Busisiwe Mkhwebane has confirmed a R250‚000 payment into Eastern Cape Premier Phumulo Masualle’s private account was among a litany of irregular transactions made with money meant for Nelson Mandela’s funeral.

South Africa’s tax service to take legal action against KPMG

South Africa’s tax agency said on Monday it will launch legal proceedings against KPMG for reputational damage caused when the auditor released details of a confidential report it had compiled for the tax office.

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