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Judge grants KZN tender appeal

A KwaZulu-Natal businessman believes that the provincial government has “dropped the ball” in terms of empowering African-owned enterprises. “African-owned businesses are restricted to catering ser

Hawks circle ANC chief whip

An alleged corrupt relationship between Brian Hlongwa, the current ANC chief whip in the Gauteng Legislature, and two companies that won tenders worth hundreds of millions is at the centre of a pro

Off the rails over non-payment

A Johannesburg businessman says he is being run into the ground by the Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa), which has failed to pay him for services he has provided. Jabulani Mbinza, whose company

M&R unit wins R2.6bn tender at De Beers mine

Murray & Roberts Cementation, part of listed construction and engineering group Murray & Roberts (M&R), has secured a R2.6 billion contract at De Beers’s Venetia underground mine projec

SA targets colluding World Cup builders

The government is putting pressure on construction companies to make further payments as punishment for rigging contracts to build stadiums for the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup and other projects. An

Gauteng Health defends not using R1.35bn

Delays in procurement of contractors and large equipment is because matters are still in the procurement stage and as a result of the non-performance of contractors. These are the reasons the Gaute

‘State using consultants instead of staff’

The Gauteng government's use of consultants is increasing despite some departments able to do the work themselves, the Auditor General's office said in Johannesburg on Thursday. “The expenditure on

Delays in sector codes endanger BEE ratings of companies

Companies representing half the economy are at risk of becoming non-compliant when evaluated against the amended broad-based black economic empowerment (BEE) codes to take effect in May next year.

Cape Town capital expenditure of R4.5bn

The City of Cape Town spent around R4.5 billion of its R5.6bn budget for the 2013/2014 financial year, mayor Patricia de Lille said on Wednesday. “Over the last financial year, it is likely that we

IT project scrapped after R1bn spend

The government has written off R1 billion spent on buying and building an IT system to run across its departments’ computers after the nearly complete project was scrapped in favour of an entirely

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