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Telkom back in the dock at tribunal hearing

Telkom has come under fire as the Competition Commission hearing into its alleged anti-competitive conduct resumed for closing arguments.

Aveng to pay R128,9m collusion fine

Aveng will pay a fine of R128,9-million relating to two cartels in the wire mesh and rebar business, the Competition Commission says.

Building collusion brick by brick

For those who suspected that the feel-good times of June last year would in time bring some nasty hangover after the party, here it is.

Competition watchdog targets construction firms

The Competition Commission has proposed a "fast-track settlement" for construction companies that have been party to collusive practices.

Froth over ‘abuses’ by beer giant

SAB was accused of abusing Competition Tribunal processes during this week's hearing into the beer giant's alleged anti-competitive practices.

Computicket accused of being anti-competitive

Computicket's commissions and fees are excessive, according to the Competition Commission.

Pioneer apologises for anti-competitive behaviour

New Pioneer Foods group chairperson Zitulele KK Combi has vowed to "turn a page" and commit to the principles of transparent behaviour.

1time refers unfair competition complaint to tribunal

Airline 1time has referred its unfair competition complaint against rival Kulula's exclusive use of Lanseria Airport to the Competition Tribunal.

Cartel construction

Exposed: the construction industry is built on price- and market-fixing. Now the Competition Commission is investigating. Lloyd Gedye reports.

Google pledges to support EU’s Microsoft case

Internet giant has said it wants to join European investigation into accusations of anti-competitive behaviour by rival.

Tiger slaps its own wrist

Executives are walking away with millions for keeping quiet. Lloyd Gedye reports.

State blamed for milky way

Dairy producers claim alleged anticompetitive practices came from the Department of Trade and Industry, writes Lloyd Gedye.

Milking the market share

Lloyd Gedye outlines the Competition Commission's case against milk processors.

Cartel country

The idea of criminalising anti-competitive behaviour and hitting the colluders is an attractive one.

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Concourt to hear Zondo commission’s application for contempt order against Zuma on March 25

The former president has been one week to file answering papers in the application that also seeks a prison sentence imposed on him

Koko maintains he had no idea he was exchanging emails with a man likely to be Salim Essa

In his four turn on the witness stand, the former Eskom CEO maintains he was tricked into sharing company information with a third party

Zuma foundation claims ex-president was prepared to testify, but Zondo played politics

Zuma’s namesake organisation twists facts and the law – he told Zondo he would answer questions but only in private to the deputy chief justice

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