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Riaz 'Mo' Shaik


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DBSA moves centre stage

President Jacob Zuma had earmarked the former head of the South African Secret Service, Riaz 'Mo' Shaik, to run the planned subsidiary (AC Vol 53 No 14, Bank to bank)...

Zuma also catapulted Mo Shaik in to replace Admassu Tadesse as head of the DBSA International Financing Division...


Bank to bank

The new bank would be headed by Moe Shaik, former head of the SA Secret Service and a key ally of President Jacob Zuma...


Zuma and the securocrats

Schabir Shaik, Mo Shaik’s brother sentenced to 15 years’ gaol for corruption in arms deals, obtained early release after two years on widely questioned health grounds (AC Vol 52 No 7, Zuma’s presidential primary and Who’s who in Zumaland)...


Who’s who in Zumaland

Riaz 'Mo' Shaik heads the South African Secret Service and is worrying civil rights groups over the methods used to sideline Zuma’s opponents...


'Unstoppable tsunami'

Helpful individuals included Mo Shaik, one of Zuma's key strategists, and Paul Ekon, a Southern African businessman...

Zuma's advisor Mo Shaik said that there was 'a great role' for the much admired Finance Minister, Trevor Manuel, if he had the flexibility to shift to a 'period of heightened implementation' of a new economic policy under Zuma...


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