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Scopa takes Eskom to task for corruption, mismanagement
Parliament's Scopa is on Eskom's case. The public accounts committee recently concluded site visits to Kusile and Medupi power stations and has committed itself to closely monitoring Eskom and to rooting out corruption.

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Many residents of Ndakeni village in Mbizana, Eastern Cape, believe that the N2 Wild Coast road upgrade project is being pushed through by local government officials, mine owners and Sanral to provide quicker routes to transport the titanium that they want to mine at Xolobeni.
Many residents of Ndakeni village in Mbizana, Eastern Cape, believe that the N2 Wild Coast road upgrade project is being pushed through by local government officials, mine owners and Sanral to provide quicker routes to transport the titanium that they want to mine at Xolobeni.
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Corruption Watch legal researcher Mashudu Masutha asks why there is a lack of transparency in the mining sector. She argues that lack of transparency could pose a threat to sustainability within the mining sector, as could an increase in human rights violations.
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Scopa takes Eskom to task for corruption, mismanagement

By Kwazi Dlamini The parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) has made its presence felt in overseeing the operations of state-owned entities (SOEs) by embarking on a visit to two power stations operated by the embattled electricity supplier Eskom at the end of August. Scopa members visited both Kusile and Medupi power stations amid Read more >

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Is transparency in mining languishing?

By Mashudu MasuthaFirst published in Business Day A lack of beneficial ownership transparency is a key threat to sustainability within the sector, as is an increase in human rights violations that tends to occur with secret owners The latest data from the just-released Worldwide Governance Indicators report confirms that with some exceptions, resource-rich countries face Read more >

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