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Hawks swoop down with more arrests in R1.4-billion corruption blitz

The spate of arrests for corruption continues apace in Gauteng and the Eastern Cape.

Hawks eye ANC politicians next

Top cop says more big players will be added to the list of accused as the state prepares to go to court

Hawks arrest Free State ‘asbestos project’ players

Businessman Edwin Sodi and senior civil servants are among those arrested over the R200-million theft of state funds

Amatola Water boss charged with organising protests

Amatola Water has charged its suspended chief executive, Vuyo Zitumane, for allegedly manipulating procurement processes and orchestrating protests against the board by the South African Municipal Workers Union (Samwu) to disrupt Amatola’s operations

Prasa to dismiss four ‘Derailed’ officials

The passenger rails agency is to act against officials implicated in former public protector Thuli Madonsela’s 2015 report on corruption and maladministration

Council officials must explain wastage or pay up

The last full municipal audit, for 2017-2018, showed that unauthorised, irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure at municipalities has reached R122-billion

Treasury is still seeking SAA funds

The government has committed an additional R2-billion to the airline, but has yet to pay it out

Municipal cost-containment measures gazetted as state seeks to tighten its belt

The regulations form part of cost-cutting measures by the state as it seeks to improve its balance sheet

Mboweni admits Ramos among those considered to head Eskom unbundling

Mboweni denies Ramos has been appointed to lead the process of unbundling Eskom, but tells SABC she is among those being considered for the position

Eskom battles to claw back Trillians

The power utility claims there was no contractual basis for the payments to the consulting company

Roof caves in on housing agency

Executives suspended, reinstated, suspended; the board’s chair removed; corruption; sex-for-jobs claims – and there’s that R11-million deficit

Will the new scheme fix the broken one?

The Road Accident Benefit Scheme is intended to replace the current system administered by the RAF

Nzimande says former spokesperson is the right man for NW job

Blade Nzimande has defended his decision to appoint his close ally and former chief of staff in the higher education department Nqabekaya Nqandela

Blade gets his man into N West job

The finance minister has cautioned the transport minister about replacing a seasoned incumbent

Treasury permits cash-strapped SABC to take on more debt

The SABC has had a net loss of R622-million in this financial year

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National Science and Technology Forum

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