The dam levels have been low for years, the canal transferring water from the Orange River Project to the storage dam was not repaired and the metro rejected help from the state
Just a few weeks left until taps run dry in large parts of the metropolitan
The National Arts Council vows that every cent from the sector’s Covid-19-relief programme will be disbursed to artists, after auditors uncover maladministration
What if we told foreigners to voetsek? We have fallen victim to the illusion of scarcity. And we are led to wrongly believe immigrants are a threat
Community health workers are at the frontline of the fight against Covid-19 in Gauteng, but many have not been paid for months. Sarah Smit and Paul Botes talked to workers who spoke of their love for the job – and how that love has been trifled with
Companies must behave like model democratic citizens if they are to earn and retain society’s social licence to operate
Unions have welcomed the suspension of three senior officials in KZN’s department of education for mismanagement of a sanitary-pads distribution project
Zide’s emails describe a ‘torturous and treacherous working environment’ and a university that is failing to turn itself around
Rains have hit Kenya hard this year but the perilous state of the country’s infrastructure has pushed bureaucrats to tackle corruption
The auditor general has exposed a shocking state of affairs, but the national government is reluctant to intervene.
Popcru members claim the expulsions is intended to prevent them from raising issues of corruption within the union.
The minutes of a Cope election team meeting reveal a devil’s brew of mistakes, failures and mismanagement in the procurement of campaign materials.
A race row has erupted at the South African National Biodiversity Institute, with allegations of mismanagement, racism and intimidation.
Two senior SABC executives have been placed on special leave pending an investigation arising from allegations made by staff to top management.
The state-owned airline has received R20-billion in bail-outs in the past five years, reports Lynley Donnelly.
Alleged inappropriate management practices at the South African Social Security Agency will be investigated.