The Office of the Chief Justice is investigating a R225-million tender that was allegedly riddled with irregularities.
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Just a day after the resignation of the chairman of communications regulator Icasa, another top regulator has resigned – this time at the Competition Commission.
The chairman of communications regulator Icasa has resigned, just months after overseeing the successful auctioning of broadband spectrum.
Dubai is considering handing over two Gupta brothers who are wanted in South Africa for allegedly masterminding the looting billions of dollars from state entities.
The Post Office will no longer pay beneficiaries of the social relief of distress R350 grant at its branches, blaming long queues for the decision.
Government is still analysing details of a $8.5-billion financing package offered by rich Western nations last year to help the country shift away from coal.
The former board of Eskom should face criminal prosecution for a string of management failures and a “culture of corrupt practices” during the presidency of Jacob Zuma, the Zondo commission has found.
Former President Jacob Zuma knowingly and willingly facilitated audacious looting and wanton mismanagement at Eskom, the Zondo commission has concluded.
Johannesburg mayor Mpho Phalatse said the city plans to partner with independent power producers and small-scale energy generators to alleviate load shedding.
From electricity to spectrum to water pipes, managers or ministers appointed to fix government services keep running into walls created by decades of neglect.