Browsing: Tumi Ntsele

Another year is behind us, and 2013 was another important one in South Africa’s technology industry. We know what our favourite stories were in 2013, but which articles did you, TechCentral’s readers, click on the most. These are the pieces, in ascending order from 10 to one, that generated the most

An independent specialist will investigate a website tender worth more than R100m and awarded by the Free State government, civil rights organisation AfriForum said on Tuesday. “The exorbitant amounts alone are worrying, and the further one reads

The Free State government’s control over information in the province appears to be growing with the recent takeover of the province’s only independent English-language newspaper by a company seen as having close ties to premier Ace Magashule and his senior officials

The auditor-general has agreed to investigate the awarding of a deal worth as much as R140m for development of an integrated Free State government website, the Democratic Alliance said on Wednesday. “The DA has received confirmation from the auditor-general that Free State premier Ace Magashule’s

In the past three years, the Free State government has awarded multiple contracts worth millions of rand to Letlaka Group, the company controlled by Tumi Ntsele, the man who benefited directly from the province’s controversial R40m-plus website tender. The claims have

The Free State provincial government’s controversial website development may have cost it the region of R100m, according to the tender award document, which TechCentral has in its possession. This comes after Free State director-general Elzabe Rockman on Monday

Outrage is growing over reports that the Free State government spent R140m on developing a new, integrated website to serve citizens of the South African province. According to a report in the Sowetan, the provincial government paid R140m for the site’s development. Yet a technical interrogatio