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Tongaat Mall's design was not flawed says engineer

The design of the collapsed Tongaat Mall, north of Durban, was not flawed according to engineer Dr Piet Pretorius.

22 Jul 2014 11:39

First legal step in R699 car scheme

The Port Elizabeth High Court agreed yesterday to hear a case on Tuesday that will be the first step in a massive class action on behalf of consumers left out of pocket by the alleged R699 car scam.

18 Jul 2014 09:53

'Ghost' buildings cost government R60m

The government has been spending R60m a year on 108 vacant buildings and R12m on 12 buildings occupied by non-government tenants.

17 Jul 2014 11:30

SABC: And it just keeps getting worse...

SABCWATCH: Following the confirmation of Hlaudi Motsoeneng as the SABC's COO, and claims that board chair Zandile Tshabalala lied about her qualifications, and anger over the SABC's moves on Afrikaans programming, pressure is mounting on all sides...

17 Jul 2014 07:41

Media freedom requires commitment to truth

Freedom of expression has been placed at the top of the international media's agenda by events in Egypt and the UK during the past 10 days...

By Pallo Jordan 5 Jul 2014 11:53

SARS wants to catch tax dodgers

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene said the South African Revenue Service (SARS) is committed to closing the net on tax dodgers, but labour unrest and slow economic growth were obstacles.

3 Jul 2014 11:56

Marikana Commission given more time

PRETORIA: President Jacob Zuma has given the Marikana Commission of Inquiry more time to complete its work.

2 Jul 2014 10:27

IEC chairperson granted special leave

President Jacob Zuma has granted Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) chairperson Advocate Pansy Tlakula leave of absence.

2 Jul 2014 09:57

New forensic unit to help eliminate corruption in NW

The North West is expected to establish a higher level forensic and fraud investigations unit to give teeth to the provincial government's efforts to eliminate corruption.

30 Jun 2014 10:32

FSB's Seedat paid R3m by Hathurani

Dawood Seedat, the former finance boss of the Financial Services Board (FSB) now implicated in a web of bribery and corruption, claims he is the victim of threats and intimidation by cash-and-carry tycoon Edrees Hathurani.

By Asha Speckman 24 Jun 2014 11:28

Sexting damages girls more than boys

A Free State teenager found herself on the wrong side of the law recently after sending naked pictures of herself to an older man.

24 Jun 2014 08:53

Gordimer hammers secrecy bill

When Nadine Gordimer gets worried, there is probably cause to worry. The Nobel laureate has been an acutely sensitive barometer of South Africa's moral and intellectual pressures for seven decades.

23 Jun 2014 11:26

Gauteng keeps selling booze on Sundays

Liquor traders will be relieved that the new Gauteng Liquor Act, which replaces the Liquor Act No.2 of 2003, will continue to allow trading on Sundays but the new law will tighten requirements for the granting of licences and will compel traders to sell food if their patrons drink on the premises.

17 Jun 2014 07:41

Bribery and corruption perceptions higher

Perceptions of widespread bribery and corruption by business executives in SA has climbed from 67% in 2011/12 to 78% currently, raising concerns that executives are battling to manage the effect of crime on their businesses.

By Evan Pickworth 13 Jun 2014 13:43

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