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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 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

Net1 UEPS Technologies, the company facing a corruption probe by US authorities, including the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), has itself filed a R478m lawsuit against Absa subsidiary AllPay. AllPay, a unit of banking group

JSE- and Nasdaq-listed Net1 UEPS Technologies, which earlier this year won a contested multibillion-rand project to roll out a system for the payment of social grants in South Africa, is now facing investigations by US authorities into whether it made corrupt payments to government officials to secure the contract

Net1 UEPS Technologies, the Nasdaq- and JSE-listed technology company that recently won a R10bn tender for the payment of social grants in SA, has won the right to appeal a high court decision that found the tender process was illegal and invalid

A harsh spotlight is shining on Michael Hulley, Jacob Zuma’s personal lawyer and presidential legal adviser, who was responsible for the legal integrity of a social grants megatender that has turned out to be a mess. The SA Social Security Agency appointed Hulley in July last year as a “strategic adviser … to ensure

The process of awarding a R10bn contract by the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) to JSE- and Nasdaq-listed Net1 UEPS Technologies earlier this year was “illegal and invalid”, a high court judge has ruled. Judge Elias Matojane found that

JSE- and Nasdaq-listed Net1 UEPS Technologies, which recently concluded a R10bn deal with government to manage the payment of social grants, has reached an agreement to sell up to 19,9% of its equity to black shareholders in a deal worth up to US$80m (R625m). The deal will “strengthen the development