Latest articles on Collusion
The nearly two-year-old investigation is examining whether the US president himself criminally obstructed the probe
The Competition Tribunal has fined two bicycle dealers who denied being part of a cartel, but those who admitted guilt have got off scot-free.
Those construction firms that did not accept culpability and settle when accused of collusive tendering now face an unforgiving Competition Tribunal.
The Competition Commission is confident that the construction companies have a case to answer for World Cup stadium bid-rigging, despite their denial.
The Competition Commission is to investigate allegations of price fixing, market division and collusive tendering in the automotive industry.
We discuss how it is almost impossible to deal with collusion once and for all, and that despite clampdowns, cartels are likely to continue.
Small bread distributors can now launch a class action against bread manufacturing giants for losses related to uncompetitive behaviour.
The state has been caught between a brick and a hard place in its crackdown on long-running cartels in South Africa’s construction industry.
The mayor, her relatives and their friends keep landing lucrative tenders and using state resources. Yet Lindiwe Makhalema has failed to declare the list of her relationships with people and companies benefiting from the municipality
SAICA calls for a review of the mandatory minimum skills and qualifications required for all key financial management positions within the public sector
Organisations must adopt a risk-based approach to compliance and rely on technology to mitigate that risk and on people and process controls as well
MTN South Africa has launched its widely accessible 5G network – the first of MTN’s 21 operations across Africa and the Middle East
'For the finance function to go beyond the numbers we need to be professional and we cannot leave out the financial control experts'