The South African leader is pressing the Special Investigating Unit charged with tracking down funds stolen during the 'state capture' scandal to come up with the goods. State arms manufacturer Denel is currently the focus of its attentions.
Although the extradition request for Atul and Rajesh Gupta has been sent to the UAE, concerns are growing about the NPA's ability to bring this sensitive case to trial.
The commission of enquiry into state capture has fingered a growing number of criminal suspects but South African prosecutors have yet to formally charge any of them as a result. What's going on?
The fourth instalment of the explosive Zondo report is critical of attempts by Jacob Zuma and his allies to impose their will on the South African treasury. In 2015, his finance minister resisted the former president's bid to create a flight connection between Johannesburg and Khartoum.
The delivery date of the full Zondo report has been pushed back again, this time to 15 June. In the run-up to the ANC congress, these repeated postponements are providing President Cyril Ramaphosa with several advantages in his bid for re-election.
The third instalment of the explosive Zondo report calls for ANC chairperson Gwede Mantashe to be prosecuted. The timing is unfortunate for Cyril Ramaphosa, who cannot afford to ditch his precious ally before the party's key congress in December.
Justice Minister Ronald Lamola hopes to become one of the ANC's top six at the party's elective conference in December. The 38-year-old, who is in charge of several highly sensitive legal cases, has the confidence of President Cyril Ramaphosa.