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Gauteng’s most vital resource irreparably damaged – SAHRC

Commission’s long-awaited report into Vaal sewage crisis finds widespread non-compliance by the government

How lottery execs received dubious payments through a private company

The National Lottery Commission is being investigated by the SIU for alleged corruption and maladministration, including suspicious payments made to senior NLC employees between 2016 and 2017

E. Cape MEC orders graft probe after two workers are killed at troubled district municipality

The killing of two council workers at the Amathole district municipality appears to be linked to tender fraud and corruption

Municipal corruption remains rampant

The SIU outlined the progress made on 49 investigations into municipalities

Unions calls for the disbanding of PetroSA board

Three different unions have made the demand, citing maladministration and irregular appointments as PetroSA reels from staggering losses

Clear policies needed for effective land reform

Section 25 of the Constitution is the key but a new Expropriation Act is also urgently needed

Push towards living the South African dream

The nation must be delivered from its captors and every citizen has a role to play this Freedom Day

Ex-health MEC in R1bn graft probe

Gauteng’s embattled health department is even more sickly than thought, according to a report

Unfinished Ekurhuleni taxi ranks cost R72m

An internal Ekurhuleni report reveals that a staggering escalation of costs were approved

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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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