Eskom’s own court papers could bolster aggrieved bidder Westinghouse’s case
After taking four years to make a decision, Eskom has awarded a multibillion-rand Koeberg refurbishment contract to French firm Areva.
The public protector's office has been asked to investigate the awarding of government tenders in Cape Town after a company filed for liquidation.
Why did Tina Joemat-Pettersson's department bend over backwards to promote Sekunjalo?
Legal head has blown the lid on President Jacob Zuma ally's role in health department’s rampant noncompliance.
Tenders reportedly worth R900-million, awarded to allies of Julius Malema, have been ordered to be re-advertised, says a report.
An engineering industry body is looking at legal action and a new procurement officer to combat corruption.
The politically connected, controversy-plagued consortium that failed to deliver on the R2-billion Gauteng Online Project may get a second chance.
The murder of a colleague has not been resolved and City Power workers feel they could be next if they speak out.
The government is planning a new R2-billion town in President Zuma's home village of Nkandla, and taxpayers will have to pick up half the tab.
Craig McKune takes a look at all the hands that were caught in the cookie jar this year.
Sanral's CEO Nazir Alli has defended the tender process for the Gauteng toll project, saying the auditor general has given it a clean bill of health.
A probe into tenders awarded to companies said to involve ANCYL president Julius Malema will be released by the end of July or shortly thereafter.
Controversial consultancy firm 3P will not be returning to work for Gauteng's health department - despite winning its court case against the province.