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Abandoned flats cost Eskom R840-million

The budget for the Wilge Residential Development was R160-million but, when the project stopped, the bill was R840-million

‘The corrupt must go to jail’

As Gauteng braces itself for its Covid-19 peak, the provincial government says it is knuckling down to deal with ‘shameful’ corruption allegations

Mabuyakhulu only played a ‘peripheral role’ in R28m case — new lawyer

Mike Mabuyakhulu and seven others, appeared in the Durban Commercial Crimes Court on 77 charges, including money laundering and corruption

​State to discipline employees doing business with government

The 1 000 public servants who didn’t resign from their companies face disciplinary action or suspension under the Public Service Act.

Bite the hand that corrupts, for SA’s sake

Legal frameworks need to be strengthened to stop the systematic abuse of state funds by politicians.

Govt supplier database a blow to corruption

The state hopes to end the bleeding of government funds and fight corruption by establishing a central list of vetted suppliers.

Construction bigwigs deny World Cup stadium bid-rigging

The Competition Commission is confident that the construction companies have a case to answer for World Cup stadium bid-rigging, despite their denial.

Tshwane, North West clamp down on corruption

North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo has set up a forensic and fraud investigations unit and the City of Tshwane intends to suspend two city officials.

Block: Auditor testifies about Trifecta contracts

A forensic auditor has faced Northern Cape ANC chairperson John Block's defence in a fraud and corruption case at the high court in Kimberley.

N Cape ANC did not advertise tenders, hears court

The Northern Cape government entered into lease agreements with the Trifecta Group without advertising any tenders, a court has heard.

Charges dropped against Shawn Mpisane

Fraud and corruption charges have been dropped against businessperson Shawn Mpisane, who was accused of submitting forged documents to secure tenders.

Madonsela report reveals ‘gross irregularities’ in Pilgrim’s Rest evictions

While the public protector's report on Pilgrim's Rest business evictions found the "poisoned processes", Mpumalanga says they it will not comment yet.

ANC’s Kegakilwe accused of improper conduct, pocketing state funds

ANC North West acting provincial secretary Gordon Kegakilwe has been accused of abusing state funds, including pocketing R40k meant for an ANCWL trip.

City Power embroiled in multimillion-rand tender spat

Tasol Solar Energy Solutions has denied being awarded a multimillion-rand solar geyser tender in a court case brought by Numsa against City Power.

Health honcho silent on R1m from shady builder

Northern Cape health's Gugulethu Matlaopane received R1-million from a housing graft suspect.

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SABC retrenchment process set to be finalised on Friday

At a portfolio committee meeting on Tuesday, developing a sustainable funding model for the SABC was top of the agenda

Slain top cop blamed for not cooperating with police

The widow of Charl Kinnear submitted a petition to parliament to find out why protection services were withdrawn before her husband’s assassination

Zuma not at court to hear his arms-deal trial start date

The former president’s lawyers asked last week that he be excused from appearing in person, although no such arrangements were made for his snubbing of the Zondo commission

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