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Government fails to act on officials implicated in R3bn SIU recommendations

Half of the 127 managers incriminated in gross procurement corruption have yet to be disciplined

Luxury SUV allegedly bought with Ters payment fraud

Lindelani Gumede bought himself a luxury Audi Q2 and settled his brother’s R560 000 bond during a spending spree

ANC hasn’t dodged the election bullet

The governing party faces legal hurdles thrown up by the Democratic Alliance — and its own members

Local government elections will be held on 1 November

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma calls for Covid-19 caution as she gives political parties the green light to canvass for votes

Ramaphosa hails IEC lifeline, trumpets basic income grant

The ANC president said the basic income grant should be cost effective and subject to long-term affordability

Cell C ‘defrauded’ of R357m over eight years

A former IT executive at the company allegedly led an elaborate fraudulent syndicate for eight years

SIU details health department’s R132m Digital Vibes contract corruption

The SIU told parliament the health department was so desperate to give Digital Vibes a communications contract that it flouted government procurement policies and allowed a 104% price inflation

Ramaphosa’s R2bn Eastern Cape revitalisation project in jeopardy

Duncan Village community members resorted to court action to challenge the ‘arrogant’ government

Thirteen years later, Judge Hlophe to be impeached

JSC will await representations on whether Hlophe should be suspended by Ramaphosa, pending the finalisation of parliamentary deliberations

Four officials suspended over R124m wasted by defence department

The PSC intervened after an annual report showed the department had incurred more than R124-million in irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure

How the Eastern Cape blew R23m on land it could never own

Land that cost less than R1m in 2007 was bought by the Eastern Cape government just six years later for R23m, despite a land claim case hanging over it. And then the building tender went sour…

Makhura’s ‘unlawful’ directive caused Gauteng R42.8m in losses, says former CFO

A March 2020 directive from the Gauteng premier is at the centre of an SIU civil case to recover money lost due to alleged unlawful procurement

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