Hawks told of Transnet dodgy deals

External auditors flagged the irregularities — a day after auditors raised similar issues at Eskom

Uber drivers launch petition to ask for protection

In the wake of brutal attacks on drivers, a petition is asking Police Minister Fikile Mbalula to address the ‘violence and intimidation’

Fly Modern Ark twice offered to cut deal with SA Express

The merger offers were made before the financially fragile state-owned SAX faced the threat of liquidation for a debt of R87.3m to Solenta Aviation

Bus Rapid Transit system on road to nowhere in Gauteng

Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi says the pristine buses are running empty and that the government needs to rethink the R15bn system

SA Express in R87.3m debt dispute

Application against the state-owned airline has been brought in the high court by aircraft leasing company Solenta Aviation

Nationwide taxi strike called off

Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi met with the South African National Council leadership on Sunday

SA Express faces liquidation application

Solenta Aviation has approached the courts, but SA Express says it will oppose the move, as it disputes the R87.3m Solenta says it owes

Numsa protests at Transnet, alleges sex-for-jobs and other violations

The company has locked away machines, after the last Numsa protest there culminated in front-end loaders being used to flip police cars

DA welcomes judgment in Prasa’s dodgy ‘tall trains’ deal

The High Court in Johannesburg has set aside the controversial Swifambo Rail Leasing contract, saying ‘corruption will triumph’ if it did not

Stabilising fastjet expects cash-flow break-even this year

The low-cost African carrier, now headed by Nico Bezuidenhout, is looking at new markets and has bought the rights to fastjet name from the easyGroup

Judge says Prasa’s dodgy deal had many problems

In a judgment handed down on Monday, Judge J Francis said the contract was "peppered with many irregularities"

NEWS ANALYSIS: New lifeboat will not stop SAA nosedive

The problem is that turnaround strategies are not implemented, or not implemented well, writes Linda Ensor

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Probe into overpaid engines ‘done in months’

External investigation into allegations that it overpaid for locomotives and consultancy services to be concluded in three months, says Transnet

Werksmans Attorneys to help in Transnet probe

CEO Siyabonga Gama says the corruption investigation will include a review of whether the state-owned company was overcharged for locomotives

Timeshare industry faces unhappy holiday makers

The National Consumer Commission has begun hearing directly from consumers in its inquiry into the vacation-ownership industry

Leading economists slam Gigaba for SAA bail-out

‘No plan in place for carrier to get itself out of its financial problems. We are bailing them out without anything in place, which must be of concern to the ...

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