The brother of the defence secretariat's chief of acquisition has been a director, since 1996, of a company awarded contracts worth R400-million.
A top office-holder of the Law Society of South Africa has been accused of sitting on some clients' road accident pay-outs.
The plot has thickened in the extraordinary saga of the businessman who accused the IFP of milking provincial coffers. Mungo Soggot reports.
The legal industry around road accidents may be headed for the shake-up it has worked to avoid, writes Mungo Soggot.
If Eugene de Kock were to be tried now, taxpayers would not have to face footing his legal bills, reports Mungo Soggot.
A board official said this week that the board had accepted 115 000 out of about 125 000 applications in the 12 months to March.