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Local officials destroy the fields of  dreams with callous disregard

​When people start protesting, it is usually the frustrated action of those who have been trying to get their local government to be accountable

Sorting the saviours from the sheep

The Mail & Guardian continues its satirical guest writer series. Would-be tenderpreneur Apollo Mabuza gives us his first impressions

Energy exec on ice over nukes

Some say Yvonne Chetty may be a ‘scapegoat’ as more red flags emerge in nuclear-linked deal

​‘Goodwill’ Reddy will reap millions

The mogul’s share scheme in a R600m hotel will result in small investors carrying all the risk.

Zuma pals clinch first nuclear deal

What appears to be the first contract for SA’s mooted nuclear build has been quietly inked.

Reddy or not, here comes Madonsela

City Power's smart meter tender review findings are still a matter of doubt, writes Lionel Faull.

City Power defies Vivian Reddy tender probe

Utility has bought hundreds of Edison meters in spite of a forensic investigation into the contract. Lionel Faull reports.

Vivian Reddy’s complaint against M&G dismissed

The press ombudsman has dismissed Durban tycoon Vivian Reddy's complaint against the Mail & Guardian newspaper in its entirety.

Public protector to probe R1.25bn Reddy tender

The DA has received confirmation from the public protector that it will investigate the smart meters contract awarded to Vivian Reddy.

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