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Acting chief justice and state capture commission chairperson Raymond Zondo has found that just as was the case in Eskom, the now defunct TNA Media – formerly owned by the Gupta family – was favoured within Transnet for irregular contracts worth millions, despite there being no value for the parastatal and no proper procurement processes Read more >

The facilitators and followers in the state capture project: Eskom

Despite his many refutations to allegations that he interfered in the operations of state-owned entities under his watch as minister of public enterprises between 2010 and 2014, Malusi Gigaba did in fact interfere in Eskom’s business dealings with Gupta-owned TNA Media. This is according to the state capture commission’s chairperson, Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo. Read more >

JMPD seeks anti-corruption ambassadors to help it clean up its act

Image: Johannesburg Metro Police Department The Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) has rung in the new year by announcing the establishment of anti-corruption ambassadors for the force, via an initiative encouraging members of the public to blow the whistle on officers breaking the law. This means that residents can take an active stand against corruption Read more >

AG report records improvement, but flags accountability shortfalls

The public health sector is in dire trouble, with its entities being responsible for a substantial amount of the unauthorised expenditure recorded by the Auditor-General of South Africa in its latest report on audit outcomes of provincial and national departments.   Auditor-general Tsakani Maluleke briefed the media on Wednesday afternoon, after having tabled the 2020/21 Public Read more >

Civil society calls on the public to stand up and fight corruption

Defend our Democracy announces anti-corruption week for 3 to 10 December. By Masego MafataSource: GroundUp Civil society organisations are urging the public to participate in a United in Action Against Corruption week to run from 3 to 10 December. Announced at a press briefing in Johannesburg earlier in November and organised by the Defend our Democracy Read more >