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Threats halt R20bn Go!Durban project

Disgruntled taxi operators armed with guns are holding the city to ransom after chasing construction workers off sites for the R20 billion Go!Durban public transport project. Work was put on hold t

Cape in R113.5m tender row

The City of Cape Town could again find itself in the High Court facing its second legal challenge from a company that has already accused it of tender irregularities. J K Structures took the city t

'Something fishy about bank ID card deals'

MPs smell something “fishy” about the collaboration by Home Affairs with the big four banks for new Smart ID card applications, with some questioning how much money the banks stand to make from the

State fails to seize Ramlutchman’s assests

The state has once again failed to get its hands on the assets of corrupt Richards Bay businessman Ishwarlall Ramlutchman. In a reserved judgment handed down in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on M

Lamoer ‘lied in official letter’

Western Cape police head Arno Lamoer allegedly lied in an official letter when he said he did not know about a criminal investigation into a Plattekloof businessman from whom he is accused of accep

‘Robotic crawler’ to inspect city’s underground pipes

The city has introduced a new way of preventing costly and recurring blockages of its sewerage systems with a new “robotic crawler”, costing R2.4 million, that will be used to inspect underground p

O’Sullivan raided over SAA scandal

Private investigator Paul O’Sullivan, suspended SAA chief executive officer Monwabisi Kalawe and Mogale City chief operations officer Abe Mbulawa face possible arrest by the Hawks over the fake doc

State ‘to blame for lack of entrepreneurship’

The government is partly to blame for the lack of entrepreneurship among young people and their reliance on jobs and tenders as their ticket away from the scourge of unemployment. The closure of co

List of accusations against SAA chief

SAA suspended its chief executive over allegations including that he used company equipment to record colleagues in his fight against a sexual harassment claim and that he had an affair with a coll

Review for ‘ill-conceived’ air ambulance deal

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health is to review its contract with the South African Air Mercy Red Cross Trust that allows department officials to use the only air ambulance in the eThekwini reg

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