Desalination plant quenches Richards Bay residents’ thirst

The plant has been pumping clean water to more than 100,000 residents of Meerensee suburb and surrounding areas

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ANC must shape up or get left behind, says business pioneer Nonkululeko Gobodo

‘What was also shocking was the mention of big‚ well-respected companies. We focus on government corruption but we forget there’s somebody on ...

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Joburg suspends senior official over R1.3bn broadband contract

‘He is seen to be deliberately frustrating an investigation into the city’s seemingly inexplicable R1.3bn acquisition of the 900km broadband ...

Police to probe claims a hit was placed on a Moerane commission witness

The commission was established to probe political violence across KwaZulu-Natal‚ and this week testimony focused on Glebelands Hostel in Umlazi

New Sassa CE in business with daughter of her boss, minister Bathabile Dlamini

The M&G is reporting that a company records search shows the social development minister’s daughter and Pearl Bhengu are directors of Umnotho ...

What SARS could gain, and taxpayers lose, with scrapping of 183-day exemption

Individuals may be forced to come back to SA, where they may not have a job, and employers may struggle to send workers abroad

Dodgy offshore loan transfers by Gupta-owned Sahara Computers raise questions

The shock information pointing to alleged money laundering is the latest from the leaked Gupta e-mails cache

Joburg City Power fraud probe leads to calls for officials’ censure

Forensic report calls for corrective action to be taken against 14 officials, which may include criminal charges

Gupta e-mails reveal suspected multibillion-rand tax avoidance scheme

Family patriarch Atul Gupta at centre of scheme tax experts say points to evidence of a complex tax avoidance practice

Crisis-hit municipality prompts outcry over underqualified municipal boss

The Matjhabeng municipality has had qualified audits with disclaimers pointing to fruitless, irregular and wasteful spending of 32%

Health department unveils e-drug platform

Prescribing drugs electronically will revolutionise access in private and public health, says Department of Health chief director

Scopa warns on political removals as directors-general axed

Public accounts committee says ministers should not fire directors-general when they take office because it leads to instability

Guptas plead their case about ‘false allegations’ to BBC News

A spokesperson says the Guptas’ philosophy is that disruptive companies and more competition is what SA needs to be transformed

Joburg’s failure to comply with court orders sees 257 people out on the streets

Evicted residents were to have immediate emergency accommodation and more durable temporary accommodation within a week: they got neither

Property developers file urgent interdict against Black First Land First

Cosmopolitan Projects Johannesburg is looking to prevent members of the BLF from invading or illegally building on its property

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