Failure to heed Mkhwebane report leads to 6 000 business closures

At its peak in the 2000s, Sipho Dube’s resources company employed more than 1 200 people and sold two-million tonnes of coal a year, 1.2-million tonnes of which was exported. That’s before the mining firm was “unlawfully” liquidated.

Today, Dube is angry that, more than three years after the public protector released a report showing gross maladministration that led to the liquidation of his company, nothing has been done to implement the remedial actions of the December 2018 report. 

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Khaya Koko
Khaya Koko is a journalist with a penchant for reading through legal documents braving the ravages of cold court benches to expose the crooked. He writes about social justice and human-interest stories. Most importantly, he is a card-carrying member of the Mighty Orlando Pirates.

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