Tender report cites ‘criminal conspiracy’

GAUTENG Premier Nomvula Mokonyane yesterday released a long-awaited report on tender irregularities which revealed allegations of a “criminal conspiracy” in the awarding of tenders. The report contains allegations that former public transport, roads and works department head Sibusiso Buthelezi contravened tender regulations and that his friends benefited from government tenders. continue reading

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PETROSA: More allegations of dodgy dealings

State oil company PetroSA, which has been mired in controversy for five of its seven-year existence, is once again in the spotlight. New evidence has come to light in an investigation that shows links between politicians, businessmen and directors of the parastatal, reports the Financial Mail.  PetroSA’s Chief risk & compliance officer, Lerato Lesole claims

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SABC troubles – irregular tenders?

Calls for investigation into whether the de facto owners of a consulting firm on the SABC’s books, receiving millions, are the SABC’s head of group management and strategy, Sipho Sithole, and axed chief executive Dali Mpofu… Will calls for a full forensic investigation into “wastage” and mismanagement at the SABC reveal irregularities in the broadcaster’s

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Cape officials cash in on top positions

Companies or close corporations in which employees of the Western Cape government or their spouses had interests contracted about R60-million of provincial government business between April 2005 and March 2007, an auditor-general’s report has found. The report, posted on the auditor- general’s website late last week, follows an earlier one that found employees or their

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Civil servant tender rigging exposed

tender-rigging and corruption worth more than R610-million. South Africa’s civil servants have scored more than half-a-billion rand in government tenders, which were irregularly awarded to their spouses and relatives. An investigation by auditor-general Terence Nombembe into government officials who moonlight as business executives, found that more than 2000 were involved in tender-rigging and corruption worth

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