Civil society organisation Corruption Watch said it has launched an application in the high court in Pretoria to have former Eskom board members declared delinquent.
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On Thursday morning, the Financial Times reported that the FBI had “opened an investigation into US links to South Africa’s Gupta family”. The FT noted that the “US probe has focused, in part, on Ashish
The ongoing controversy between President Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family is a betrayal of South Africans’ trust, Corruption Watch said on Thursday. The organisation called for an immediate investigation into allegations that the Gupta family had offered
South Africa has moved from 67th to 61st place on Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index 2015. This indicated that perceptions around the extent of corruption in the country was stabilising. The country’s score
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
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
Former communications minister Dina Pule should face criminal charges for her misconduct, Corruption Watch said on Thursday. “It is important to note that Pule is not an ordinary member of parliament, but held a cabinet post vital to South Africa’s wellbeing and economic prospects,” spokesman