“The Arms Deal comrades” Pic exposed, as these Top leaders are accused of benefiting from corruption
Open Secrets and Shadow World Investigations are also named as respondents, having filed misconduct accusations against the two retired judges for their handling of the weapons sale commission of inquiry. The results of their investigation were eventually overturned by the North Gauteng High Court in August 2019. "This application raises the following constitutional issues: Whether the definition of Judge in section 7(1)(g) of the Judicial Service Commission Act 9 of 1994 is unconstitutional and invalid on the grounds that it is irrational and/or vague and/or inconsistent with sections 176 and 177 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, read in conjunction with section 1 of the Judges' Remuneration and Conditions of Employment Act 47 of 2001," read the judges' court papers.
The State Capture Commission of Inquiry will today hear evidence relating to the Estina Dairy Farm project. Taking the stand is Paul Edward Holden a researcher employed by Shadow World Investigations. The multi-million rand Estina dairy project at Vrede in the Free State has been the Commission's focus on several occasions. It was established to benefit emerging farmers but the money to establish the farm allegedly landed in the hands of the Gupta family. On the stand, Holden told the commission that certain
Everyone's heard of the so-called "Arms Deal" being set aside... This follows further investigations surrounding the incompetency of the Judges who have since retired from their roles, Willie Seriti and Thekiso Hendrick Musi. These former Judges are now facing legal charges for their roles in the tainted Court case. Open Secrets and Shadow World Investigations have been working together and have decided to submitted documents this month to the Judical Conduct Comittee with regards to the Multi Billion Rand "Arms
The post has been circulating on the social media platfrom, facebook which serves the purpose of informing the public about the daily news happening both locally and globally all over the world. JOHANNESBURG - Shadow World Investigations, a London-based legal sciences firm, said that Gupta lieutenant, Salim Essa, possessed Hong Kong organizations that got payoffs from China North Rail and China South Rail.
The state may have paid over R1bn to buy Gupta-claimed Optimum Mine, Shadow World Investigations specialist Paul Holden told the state catch commission on Friday. He affirmed about how the dubious family utilized cash got wrongfully from sporadic agreements with the public authority to secure the resource and the nation was left to endure enormous inadvertent blow-back.
5 Suspect South African arrangements cost R49bn, study discovers Many agreements investigated by Shadow World strayed from acquirement administers and contained other genuine abnormalities, Holden said. South Africa's administration burned through R49 billion ($3.5 billion) on agreements with elements connected to individuals from the Gupta family, who supposedly abused their nearby connections to previous President Jacob Zuma to win presume bargains, an investigation has found.
Head of examinations at Shadow World Investigations Paul Holden has uncovered how billions of rand was guided from the state and into Gupta-connected undertakings during that time of state catch. While over R49 billion has been dispensed by organs of the state in consumption spoiled by state catch, the Gupta undertaking brought in over R16 billion of that cash through three different ways, clarified Holden.
According to the Zondo Commission, the Gupta business received just under R16 billion from contracts awarded by state organs that were "tainted by state capture." Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, the commission's chairperson, saw Paul Holden for the second time. He'd compiled a study based on the analysis of thousands of bank statements, outlining the suspected money laundering linked to state capture corruption.
The state spent over R57 billion on state capture contracts involving the Gupta family. On Tuesday, Paul Holden, the director of investigations at Shadow World Investigations, returned to the State Capture Inquiry to testify about money flow. He compiled a report that detailed alleged money laundering linked to state capture corruption by analyzing thousands of bank statements.
An unbelievable outcome as the Gupta snatched billions before they fled the country According to Shadow World Investigations, Transnet's erratic agreements, including those granted to the Gupta venture, are valued at R28 billion, accounting for the majority of the R49 billion in total state catch cash flows.
http://ewn.co.za/bpguv JOHANNESBURG - The state catch commission has heard that the Gupta illegal tax avoidance network paid seaward organizations connected to the infamous al-Khanani organization, whose activities were connected to al-Qaeda, alongside human and medication dealing. Analyst for criminology firm Shadow World Investigations, Paul Holden, on Tuesday affirmed again about the alleged seaward inland extensions.