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Public Protector: You’re welcome to take me to court

Busisiwe Mkhwebane's spokesperson says that she is willing to go to court if she has to over her findings

Why South Africa needs an independent water regulator

It would halt the abuse of taxpayers’ money in the water sector and ensure the efficient and effective utilisation of this precious resource

Corruption, state capture behind Eskom’s downfall, Nersa hears

Outa says although Eskom brought about its own downfall, there were other factors, such as corruption and state capture, which worsened the situation

Nersa to begin hearings on electricity tariffs

Over the course of three weeks, Nersa will hold hearings on what the debt-laden power utility

OUTA raises red flag about Services SETA contract

OUTA has raised concerns that the Services SETA is siphoning off funds for learners into corrupt contracts

Settlement sees Gupta-linked director general removed from Public Enterprises

Richard Seleke has left public service after reaching an agreement with the presidency

DA, OUTA call for mass fuel protest

DA leader Mmusi Maimane says recent continuous fuel price increases were bringing ordinary South Africans to their knees

Saica starts disciplinary proceedings against former Eskom CFO Anoj Singh

Following a period of investigation, the professional body has decided to issue charges of misconduct against the chartered accountant

No room for Dudu Myeni in Nzimande’s office

Under Myeni’s tenure at the national carrier, it suffered losses amounting to R10.5-billion, according to Outa.

Makhosi Khoza joins Outa as executive director

The former ANC MP will head the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse's local government programme

Outa governance is ‘out of line’

Duvenage’s spending on donations and advertising without consulting his board has caused a parade of execs to leave the anti-corruption watchdog

Eskom looking to take R67-billion out of your pocket

This is not the end of attempts by the power utility to recover money it believes it is owed

Hold wrongdoers at Denel accountable ― OUTA

Gordhan announced the appointment of a new interim board for Denel on Monday after meeting with the state-owned defence company

The worst may be yet to come for Molefe

The hangover from Brian Molefe's controversial resignation and attempted reinstatement at Eskom may not be over.

OUTA praises new ANC leadership on corruption stance

The organisation was reacting to action against Gupta-associated businesses by the Asset Forfeiture Unit.

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Disrupt the corrupt

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Combatting wildlife crime in Southern Africa activity annual programme statement (APS) No. 04

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