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Embattled Panday wants relaxed bail conditions

Embattled Durban businessman, Thoshan Panday, has applied for a relaxation of his bail conditions. Continue reading

Coalition talks: 'We will not govern with a gun to our head' - John Steenhuisen

DA leader John Steenhuisen said the party wanted to form stable coalition governments, with talks ongoing in the big metros of Johannesburg, Tshwane and Ekurhuleni. Continue reading

DA 'must be prepared to humble themselves' - Herman Mashaba says as the party faces minority rule

ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba says the DA will have to be humble itself if it hopes to seal coalition agreements in municipalities where it clinched council positions but remains a minority government. Continue reading

Eskom picks Deloitte as next external auditors

Eskom announced on Thursday that Deloitte would be appointed as the utility's auditors from the end of November - after Deloitte paid back R150 million in fees to the power utility last year. Continue reading

Gordhan: R131bn transition money not a done deal

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says the R131 billion from the US, UK, France and Germany to support South Africa's transition is not a done deal. Continue reading

SA Tourism slammed for 'dismal' financial control

Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Tourism is concerned about a continued regression in material findings by the Auditor General relating to the Department of Tourism and SA Tourism. Continue reading

Covid-19 corruption: Gauteng govt's spending on school sanitising tender could be more than R431m

The Gauteng Department of Education could have spent even more than the stipulated R431 million on decontaminating schools in the fight against Covid-19. Continue reading

State ‘ready’ to proceed with Zandile Gumede trial

The State said on Tuesday that it is ready to start the corruption trial of former eThekwini Municipality mayor, Zandile Gumede, and 21 others. Continue reading

Fighting over trivial issues should stop, says ANC Limpopo provincial secretary

ANC Limpopo provincial secretary Soviet Lekganyane says 2021 elected municipal councillors should desist from fighting over trivial issues and instead focus on the needs of communities. Continue reading

Tender blacklist 'empty', but Mabuza says new bill will make it obligatory to name and shame

Deputy President David Mabuza has said it must become obligatory for all spheres of government to report the names of suppliers found guilty of corruption to the state's little-used national tender blacklist. Continue reading

Strategic friends: Joburg's R280m 'crime scene'

In 2008, the City of Johannesburg agreed to sell land to a politically connected consortium for R280 million. The land was transferred but the purchase price was never paid. Continue reading