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The pensioner who ‘fronted’ for R10m of a family’s capture of SAPS

An old-age grant recipient was allegedly paid just R5 000 a month to be a director of one of the Chetty-owned companies

Sona 2021: Ramaphosa’s energy promises are finally catching up to renewable targets

The president’s latest energy commitments were meant to have been met years ago, but he struggled to get Gwede Mantashe on board

SIU to beef up security after investigators threatened during PPE probe

The Special Investigating Unit found that companies were awarded tenders despite not qualifying for the contracts.

R100-million: How one family captured the police

The family-run syndicate behind the alleged scam may have looted even more — as much as R1-billion

Corruption forces health shake-up in Gauteng

Dr Thembi Mokgethi appointed as new health MEC as premier seeks to stop Covid-19 malfeasance

Covidpreneurship: From corruption to rebuilding legitimacy and trust in our political leadership

High levels of corruption and low levels of trust go together; citizens need to use every available resource to hold government to account

Cosatu proposes interventions to tackle Covid-19 procurement graft

In light of irregular spending on Covid-19 procurement, Cosatu recommends that politically connected people be barred from doing business with the state

ANC still at odds over how to tackle leaders facing serious graft allegations

The ANC’s top six has been mandated to work closely with its integrity committee to tackle claims of corruption against senior party members

AG targets tender deviations

In part three of a series on how government entities get around procurement processes, the M&G looks at why this is a big problem for the AG's office

Modernising the government’s procurement system needs to address service delivery

It is about time that the government looked at its core functions and built strong internal capacity to fulfil those functions.

Decentralised procurement fails the state

The problem facing government departments is not simply an issue of poor leadership or unskilled officials; it is structural.

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