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Britain becomes first western country to impose penalties on consultant for role in Zuma scandal
The UK and other governments must cancel lucrative contracts for companies linked to state capture by the Guptas
Arcadia boss accused over ‘hundreds of grievance cases’
Non-disclosure agreements need not just be a weapon to be abused by the powerful
Use of prohibitive contracts to settle workplace harassment claims in sharp focus
Billionaire had won injunction to stop Daily Telegraph from disclosing his identity
Labour muscles in on Tories’ push to better communicate with financiers
State-owned groups have been ‘looted’ by individuals, says former minister
How did one family manage to gain such extraordinary influence over a country and its politics?
HSBC is the latest group to be embroiled in the South African saga
Letter to Treasury alleges bank ignored warnings over transfers out of South Africa