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Nuclear plan: SA ready to call for bidders

The government’s controversial R1-trillion nuclear programme is getting under way in earnest, with the tender process to be opened in the coming days. The state’s intention is to allow for the star

City fires firm with alleged gang ties

Construction company Haw & Inglis has been sacked from a massive City contract after it emerged that it had hired a security company owned by a gang boss. Yesterday, City Mayco member for human

Did Tshwane buy 45 Apple iPhones?

How would any right thinking institution order 45 smartphones to the tune of almost R700 000? That in itself should have rung alarm bells. This was the reaction of City of Tshwane spokesman Selby B

Meter deal: Tshwane won’t incur penalties

No billions of rand in penalties will be incurred by the City of Tshwane for pulling the plug on the electricity smart prepaid meters contract with PEU Capital Partners, after the parties opted for

Transnet in R2.8bn loan deal with KfW

Transport and freight logistics giant Transnet has signed a R2.8 billion loan deal with Germany’s KfW Development Bank to fund part of its locomotives acquisition programme. Transnet said it would

Sanral plans to sue construction firms

SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral), the state-owned road agency, plans to file civil damages claims against the country’s biggest construction companies this month for colluding over contrac

CT scanner shortage puts lives at risk

There is a growing crisis at government hospitals in KwaZulu-Natal where vital CT scan machines are not being serviced, have broken down, or not been acquired. Two independent sources, who did not

Chief justice challenges business

The country has too many pieces of legislations making it difficult to do business, but there was no excuse for sitting back and failing to challenge the law. Addressing the business community and

Scopa lambasts Correctional Services

The Department of Correctional Services has come under fire from Parliament’s finance watchdog, the standing committee on public accounts (Scopa), for collapsing systems, senior managers’ lack of a

Renewable energy puts wind up Eskom

South Africa’s wind energy capacity has grown from just eight turbines in 2012 to 294 today – the result of a R55bn investment by the private sector, the SA Wind Energy Association (Sawea) said yes

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