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.
Thuli Madonsela says a multimillion-rand Western Cape tender is unlawful and must be terminated, in a report premier Helen Zille has vowed to contest.
Public protector Thuli Madonsela says the abuse of power and unethical leadership go hand in hand in the public, as well as the private sector.
Prasa chief Lucky Montana is accused of tender irregularities worth more than R1-billion and organising an unauthorised trip to Cape Town for friends.
A new black empowerment policy shake-up aims to oust fat cats and tenderpreneurs once and for all from the procurement landscape.
The public protector's office says tenders benefiting embattled youth league president Julius Malema won't be cancelled now, but its probe continues.
More than 100 public works department contracts are being investigated for "irregular expenditure" an internal report leaked to the M&G reveals
A damning report on basic education spending queries the adequacy of the state's watchdog committees.
Acting public works director general Sam Vukela has accused the department's minister, Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde, of acting in bad faith.
Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde says she inherited a "poisoned chalice" after irregularities in the awarding of certain tenders was found in public works.
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela will decide this week whether to investigate a communications tender in the Western Cape.
Siphiwe Nyanda on Sunday said his former director general Mamodupi Mohlala had "crossed the line" following a Sunday Independent report.