R500-million Covid-19 Gauteng hospital contract was irregularly awarded — SIU
/ 21 September 2021

R500-million Covid-19 Gauteng hospital contract was irregularly awarded — SIU

The bank accounts of Pro Service Consulting and Thenga Holdings have been frozen

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/ 5 October 2007

Last miner emerges to smiles, cheers

The last miner among about 3 200 trapped two kilometres underground for over 30 hours at Harmony Gold’s Elandsrand mine near Carletonville was rescued on Thursday night. He was welcomed by Harmony chairperson Patrice Motsepe and by Minerals and Energy Affairs Minister Buyelwa Sonjica.

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/ 11 May 2007

Khutsong pupils point finger of blame at govt

The month-long school boycott continued in Khutsong township near Carletonville on Friday. Some matric pupils, who had not been taught in the last five weeks, blamed the government for the lost study time. ”The person who decided to move us to the North West is to blame …,” Mamsy Khumalo, a grade 12 pupil at Badirile High School, said.

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/ 1 March 2006

Khutsong blanketed by police

Khutsong community stalwart Jomo Mogale on Wednesday called for a by-election in the troubled township where residents are boycotting the local government poll. He said the few voters who had trickled in to cast their ballots were mainly candidate councillors themselves.

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/ 28 February 2006

Khutsong voters urged to make their mark

The Merafong municipality, which includes Khutsong, says it is pleased that elections will take place there and hopes law enforcers will protect voters during and after elections. Minister of Provincial and Local Government Sydney Mufamadi has urged voters in the Merafong municipality to vote for the party of their choice on Wednesday.

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/ 3 May 2005

AngloGold looks to save $80m in SA

South Africa’s largest gold-miner, AngloGold Ashanti, is looking to achieve cost savings of more than $80-million (R491-million) at its South African gold mines this year, the company’s head of South African operations, Robbie Lazare, said on Tuesday. AngloGold Ashanti previously budgeted on savings of $41,4-million.

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/ 7 January 2004

Three miners die, 3,5km below the surface

Three miners died and five were injured after a rockburst at an AngloGold mine near Carletonville on Tuesday, AngloGold reported on Wednesday. The rockburst occurred about 3 500 metres below the surface, and was caused by seismic activity, measuring 2,2 on the Richter scale, spokesperson Shelagh Blackman said.