SABC officials accused of corruption over R185m security tender: Officials at the SABC are being accused of corruption over the issuing of R185 million worth of security tenders. According to reports, former SABC interim board chairperson Khanyisile Kweyama and other officials are being accused of corrupt conduct by certifying that security company Mjayeli Security, which lost its bid, was not further awarded the security contract.
Unisa slams Hawks’ ‘fraud syndicate’ statement, gives clarity on employee arrest: Unisa on Monday slammed reports by the Hawks it clamped down on a fraud syndicate at the university’s Pretoria campus. “The heading of this statement was grossly misleading and created an impression of the existence of a fraud syndicate at Unisa,” the institution said in a statement. It also stated that the statement made by
Public Protector shares state capture investigation record with Zondo: The office of the Public Protector has on Monday announced that Adv. Busisiwe Mkhwebane last week met with Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo in order to share the record of the investigation into allegations of state capture. The meeting which the office of the Public Protector confirms that took place last week in Johannesburg comes
Mbeki: SA only now becoming aware of corruption under Zuma: Former President Thabo Mbeki on Sunday said South Africans are only now becoming aware of the extent of corruption in the country’s government and society during former President Jacob Zuma’s term. Mbeki, in an interview with Spanish national newspaper El Pais, said South Africa experienced state capture, which he called the “kidnapping of the state
Gupta brothers to appear before Indian tax authorities: The Gupta brothers are expected to appear before the Indian tax authorities on Monday to account over allegations of money laundering and fraud. The three brothers, Atul‚ Ajay and Rajesh Gupta were initially due to appear before the Income Tax (I-T) department in that country on 16 March but through their legal representatives, they were
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