Underhanded lobbying, delaying tactics and internal squabbling scuppered the power utility’s economical and innovative IT plan
Mvula Trust is in the spotlight after giving a R21m sanitation contract to an employee’s husband.
The Competition Commission is confident that the construction companies have a case to answer for World Cup stadium bid-rigging, despite their denial.
The Free State R74 highway fiasco hit businesses, cost jobs and caused a slump in the local market
One of the group's affiliates is implicated in a probe into a tender for an information system for Gauteng
The Public Service Commission is investigating the former DG for his alleged involvement in the awarding of a workbooks tender.
Despite minister’s positive gloss, court highlights its lack of confidence in agency’s bona fides.
A company that should have been shortlisted for providing new headquarters for the IEC is claiming R7.5-million from the embattled organisation.
The Special Investigating Unit will probe the validity of a tender awarded by the department of communications, says the presidency.
The Northern Cape government entered into lease agreements with the Trifecta Group without advertising any tenders, a court has heard.
With the help of technology, it is hoping to flag graft and standardise and simplify procurement.
The Free State's premier, Ace Magashule, has been accused of feeding funds to the firm that built the province's controversial R40-million website.
Kagisho Dichabe, the businessperson in the dock with Julius Malema, is now accused of getting a "money-for-jam" contract from the Northern Cape.
School food contracts awarded to an official's relatives in Limpopo could amount to more than R35-million, writes Rapula Moatshe and Lionel Faull.
Local politicians have criticised the treasury's role in buying a building that was meant to be leased. Matuma Letsoalo reports.
Bakenberg North is one of six circuits in Limpopo that the M&G visited to see how the national school nutrition programme was serving schools.
Allegedly orchestrated by Julius Malema, a R1.7-billion school feeding programme in Limpopo appears to have been rigged to favour people close to him.
The North Gauteng High Court has been asked to review all 337 contracts for school feeding schemes in Limpopo due to apparent tender irregularities.