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Municipalities return millions to the fiscus, while drowning in Eskom debt
Municipalities return millions to the fiscus, while drowning in Eskom debt
Half of the top ten defaulting municipalities that owe Eskom billions have had to return millions to the Department of Cooperative Governance and...
Scopa sets its sights on embattled Eskom
Scopa sets its sights on embattled Eskom
Red adorned the Union Buildings yesterday, and a 12-gun salute rang out across Pretoria as the President of the People’s Republic of China, Xi...
Corruption claims rock mining Seta
Corruption claims rock mining Seta
A last-minute resignation of a board member at the Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA) has lifted the lid on how this sector education and...
Fleece the state, face the music
Fleece the state, face the music
Parliament is seeking to criminally charge officials who have for years ripped off the state to the tune of billions of rands, a situation that has...
DA wants Scopa probe into alleged Mkhize kickback
DA wants Scopa probe into alleged Mkhize kickback
The Democratic Alliance wants the standing committee on public accounts (Scopa) to probe allegations that Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Zweli Mkhize received a R4.5-million 'kickback' in return for facilitating a R210-million loan....
Sassa cancels tender process to find CPS replacement
Sassa cancels tender process to find CPS replacement
The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has cancelled the tender process to find a replacement for Cash Paymaster Services (CPS), court...
Court to decide if Steinhoff's ex-CEO will testify in Parly
Court to decide if Steinhoff's ex-CEO will testify in Parly
A court may need to rule whether disgraced Steinhoff chief executive Markus Jooste can testify before Parliament while he is the subject of a...
The top ten municipal culprits not paying Eskom debt
The top ten municipal culprits not paying Eskom debt
The top 10 defaulting municipalities owe Eskom R9.73-billion, and a parliamentary committee has resolved to meet with them to find out why they are...
Police supplier's offices closing, but business still running
Police supplier's offices closing, but business still running
For employees working at embattled police IT supplier Forensic Data Analysts (FDA), Friday was the last day on the job.
'Brazen theft' of public resources must be dealt with - Treasury DG
'Brazen theft' of public resources must be dealt with - Treasury DG
The culture of consequence management should be instilled in government and those implicated in corruption must know it cannot go unpunished,...
Boeremag link to state IT company and dodgy police supplier
Boeremag link to state IT company and dodgy police supplier
The right-wing terrorist group the Boeremag has ties to a cabal that has been...
Building board lines its pocket
Building board lines its pocket
The board of the National Home Builders’ Registration Council (NHBRC) has held more than 100 meetings in a year, plans to outsource its core work...

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