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Hawks Investigate Corrupt Construction Companies

Hawks Investigate Corrupt Construction Companies

Johannesburg – The Hawks and the Competition commission were investigating a number of top construction companies who allegedly illegally fixed state contracts worth billions of rands. The Hawks confirmed they are still collecting information for their investigation into corruption among top construction companies. So far 20 firms have confessed to irregular conduct in more than

SARS Confrims Malema Case

Johannesburg – The South African Revenue Service (SARS) confirmed that it had filed papers in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria to have expelled ANC Youth League president Julius Malema’s properties placed under curatorship and auctioned to cover its debt. More than R16.1 million of personal income tax is outstanding from Malema, said SARS spokesperson,

Final Day Of Eskom Tariff Hike Public Hearings

Johannesburg – Thursday marks the final day of the public hearings into Eskom’s application for a 16% increase in electricity tariffs every year for the next five years. The South African Local Government Association, Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) and organised business made a case against the application in Johannesburg, stressing there will

Table Mountain Cableway Sets New Visitor Record

Cape Town – Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain has set a new visitor record after a jam-packed holiday season. The city announced that the mountain’s cableway ticket sales for last month were 119000, a full 19000 more than predicted. Table Mountain was officially inaugurated as one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature in December