Construction cartels, guilty of collusive practices could learn their fate as early as June, the Construction Industry Development Board has told MPs.
The Competition Commission has recommended that the Competition Tribunal investigate six companies in the glass sector for cartel behaviour.
Apartheid’s economy has been built on cartels; that culture of collusion and criminality has left the deep structure of the siege years in place.
Europe's competition watchdog hit 11 airlines with nearly €800-million in fines on Tuesday for running a global cargo cartel.
The Competition Commission has referred a complaint of collusive tendering and price-fixing in the tyre market to the Competition Tribunal.
South Africa's oil companies are accused of running a bitumen cartel at the government's expense, writes Lloyd Gedye.
Chemicals giant could face billion-rand damages claims, writes Lloyd Gedye.
The Competition Commission is investigating cases against twelve wire manufacturers and four steel manufacturers for price-fixing.
South African steel giants have been running a cartel for almost 10 years and divided up major private and public infrastructure projects among them.
Exposed: the construction industry is built on price- and market-fixing. Now the Competition Commission is investigating. Lloyd Gedye reports.
The Competition Commission says it has uncovered a 'possible cartel operating among local bicycle retailers, aimed at increasing their margins'.
Alleged cartel behaviour by the fertiliser industry could open the way for civil lawsuits against large industry players such as Sasol.
Sasol on Friday accepted accountability for anti-competitive behaviour that led to an approximately R3-billion fine, but said it intends appealing.
Lloyd Gedye outlines the Competition Commission's case against milk processors.