Free State R4.5m laptop probe sucks in Ace Magashule
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse wants the ANC heavyweight prosecuted for allegedly procuring laptops corruptly when he was still Free State premier.
President believes AI can root out corruption in ANC-led govt
President Cyril Ramaphosa believes technologies like artificial intelligence will play a pivotal role in stamping out corruption within the ruling party.
Stop meddling at the SABC, comms minister told
OUTA has cautioned minister of communications Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams to stop meddling in SABC matters
E-tolls are pro-poor, says ETC
Electronic tolling in Gauteng is reserved for wealthier South Africans who can afford to drive private motor vehicles, says the company.
Cosatu, Gauteng ANC march against e-tolls
The Congress of South African Trade Unions and the Gauteng ANC are today heading to the streets of Pretoria to protest against plans to resuscitate e-tolls.
SASSA, CPS in tiff over R1bn claims
Gloves are off as the agency rejects allegations it owes the social grants paymaster over R1 billion for breached contracts.
Eskom, energy regulator blasted over lack of transparency
The South African Wind Energy Association has appealed to the energy regulator to do the right thing.
Outspoken CEO leaves SASSA
The Department of Social Development parts ways with Thokozani Magwaza amid reports the SASSA CEO was forced out.
Sanral, Outa row over R2.2bn e-toll funds
The roads agency rubbishes allegations that Austrian-owned collection company ETC earns 74% of total e-toll income.
Outa calls off e-toll test case versus Sanral
The civic body says the move is to speed up the process of bringing the first case with one of its members to court.
Sanral's e-toll judgment 'misleading and dangerous'
Outa is evaluating the possibility of a recent high court default judgment on e-tolls being rescinded.