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The US Securities and Exchange Commission has decided to not to prosecute Johannesburg- and New York-listed electronic payments specialist Net1 UEPS Technologies over allegations that the

Corruption Watch has filed papers in the high court seeking the reversal of a payment of R317m to Net1 UEPS Technologies subsidiary Cash Paymaster Services by the South African Social Security Agency

If you listened only to social development ­minister ­Bathabile Dlamini and the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa), you might believe that last week’s ­constitutional court judgment vindicated the agency. Rather, Sassa should be seriously embarrassed, and the judgment should give rise to grave concern about how the agency is

In 2012, when the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) awarded a crucial social grants contract, its R10bn decision turned mostly on a “key feature” — something that had been offered by just one of the bidders. The contract was for the payment of about 15m in government grants every month

This time last year, Net1 UEPS Technologies disclosed that it was being investigated by the US justice department under its Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The R10bn contract awarded by the South African Social Security Agency to one of Net1’s subsidiaries, Cash Paymaster Services

In a victory for Absa and its subsidiary AllPay Consolidated Investment Holdings, the constitutional court has declared “constitutionally invalid” the awarding of a R10bn tender to Cash Paymaster Services (CPS), a subsidiary of the Johannesburg- and New York-listed Net1 UEPS Technologies

The three partners of Cash Paymaster Services were not assessed in a R10bn social grant tender process, the constitutional court heard on Tuesday. “Evidently, the state should not be in the business of awarding multibillion-rand tenders to persons who have no proven, or assessed

The constitutional court will hear arguments on Tuesday relating to the awarding of a social grant tender, which was found to be invalid by a lower court. The unsuccessful bidder, AllPay Consolidated Investment Holdings, argues the tender process was procedurally flawed and unfair, and violated

Johannesburg- and New York-listed Electronic payments specialist Net1 UEPS Technologies has failed to conclude a black economic empowerment deal, blaming investigations around its winning of a multibillion-rand tender for the payment of South African social grants. A one-year option

A court ruling confirming the validity of a tender given to Net1 UEPS Technologies subsidiary Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) for issuing social grants was welcomed by the social development ministry on Thursday. “It has been a long journey through which several