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Primedia beats Prasa in decade-long court case
Primedia beats Prasa in decade-long court caseArticle

There finally appears to be justice in a case that was repeatedly delayed by Prasa and the Umjanji Consortium...

James Stent 1 Apr 2021

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Health Sector Anti-Corruption Forum launchedArticle

As a forerunner to the the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill, the Health Sector Anti-Corruption Forum has been set up prevent, detect and prosecute fraud and corruption in the sector...

2 Oct 2019

Fisheries department rots from the top
Fisheries department rots from the topArticle

South Africa's fisheries authority is in a state of crisis...

Kimon de Greef 13 Nov 2018

Katse Dam's deep flood of suffering
Katse Dam's deep flood of sufferingArticle

A Basotho pony is struggling up a cliff, burdened by jerry cans that have been filled up at a spring. Behind the animal, far below and out of reach, lies the fat gleam of Katse Dam...

Alexander Matthews 31 Aug 2017

SIU to probe Correctional Services, IDT
SIU to probe Correctional Services, IDTArticle

President Jacob Zuma has authorised the Special Investigating Unit to investigate procurement matters at the Department of Correctional Services and the Independent Development Trust...

14 Aug 2017

Aguma not completely off the hook
Aguma not completely off the hookArticle

Although the SABC has accepted former acting CEO James Aguma's resignation, he can still face a forensic investigation...

Neo Goba 20 Jul 2017

Suspended SABC executive hit with additional charges at disciplinary hearing
Suspended SABC executive hit with additional charges at disciplinary hearingArticle

Suspended SABC chief financial officer James Aguma's legal representative has argued that additional charges brought against his client at his disciplinary hearing are pure victimisation...

Neo Goba 19 Jul 2017

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'Peters has no power to derail Prasa probe' - MolefeArticle

Transoprt Minister Dipuo Peters's directive that the Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) halt a forensic investigation may come to naught...

Andiswa Maqutu 26 Aug 2016

Prasa blew billions
Prasa blew billionsArticle

Wide-scale looting of public funds in the Passenger Rail Agency of SA was exposed when Public Protector Thuli Madonsela released her report into tender irregularities at the entity. Madonsela has called on the Treasury to conduct a forensic investigation...

26 Aug 2015

Auditor-general to probe Prasa tender irregularities
Auditor-general to probe Prasa tender irregularitiesArticle

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has asked the auditor-general to investigate allegations of financial and tender irregularities...

3 Aug 2015

Government commits to looking after its own people
Government commits to looking after its own peopleArticle

The Department of Public says it is committed to honouring its Constitutional mandate to provide accommodation to government, including members of the Executive.

22 Sep 2014

No locomotive deal probe needed says Prasa
No locomotive deal probe needed says PrasaArticle

The Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) has rejected the DA's call for the auditor general to investigate a R3.5bn locomotive deal that was outsourced because Transnet would not have been able to deliver the trains.

15 Oct 2013

Dodgy deal puts SA troops at risk
Dodgy deal puts SA troops at riskArticle

A series of damning military reports highlights alleged multimillion-rand tender irregularities said to have endangered thousands of South African troops battling rebels across Africa.

2 Oct 2013

Gauteng Finance rejects disciplinary hearing decisionArticle

The Gauteng Department of Finance has rejected the finding of a disciplinary hearing that cleared senior manager Alfred Khana of any wrongdoing.

27 Feb 2013

Tender irregularities in SA hamper infrastructure developmentArticle

The built environment professions (BEPs) grouping in South Africa has collectively voiced its concerns pertaining to infrastructure bottlenecks or lack of infrastructure delivery in the country as well as inadequacies in mechanisms to procure professional services.

24 Jan 2013

Sita works to regain clients' confidenceArticle

The State Information Technology Agency (Sita) has been quietly cleaning up its business to rid itself of the rot that has troubled it in the past.

Thabiso Mochiko 25 Nov 2012

A Rolls Royce paid with shoddy housesArticle

Building contractor Mabongi "Shauwn" Mpisane had just turned 22 when she was registered as a shareholder in a company that would eventually bag several huge government contracts. To date the company, Zikhulise Cleaning, Maintenance and Transport, has been awarded about R500m worth of municipal and provincial government tenders to build low-cost houses, schools and renovate hospitals.

Matthew Savides and Bongani Mthethwa 22 Oct 2012

Ernst & Young, DAFF investigations may uncover corrupt practicesArticle

FIS website reports that the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) announced this week that it will investigate possible corrupt practices in its fisheries division.

4 Oct 2012

Satawu wants Prasa's Lucky Montana gone
Satawu wants Prasa's Lucky Montana goneArticle

Rail workers have called for the suspension of Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) group CEO Lucky Montana over alleged tender irregularities.

1 Feb 2012

Deloitte assists municipality in prosecuting tender fraudArticle

Despite the adequate legislation to combat corruption and supply chain management irregularities, the processes and systems to implement the legislation have not been adequately designed to allow transgressors to be brought to book. Deloitte has now designed such systems to assist Saldanha Bay Municipality to prosecute and discipline those found to have put the municipality at risk amounting to more than R50 million.

21 Sep 2011

Paddy Hartdegen
Four corruption scandals this weekArticle

Attempts to crack down on rampant corruption in various government departments has led to at least four corruption scandals this week as government officials attempt to "come clean" on what's been going on in their ministries.

Paddy Hartdegen 20 Sep 2011

Telkom poised to ring the changesArticle

Telkom CEO Reuben September is on a mission to turn the cash-flush parastatal into Africa's leading ICT service provider.

Buddy Naidu 4 May 2009

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