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Issue 1310 - 8 January 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • ANC draft elections list includes Zuma and other state capture-accused
  • Eskom tariff shock in store for consumers
  • Fraudulent qualifications on the rise
  • Tshwane mayor distances himself from appointment of 'unqualified' acting city manager
  • And more...
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Issue 1309 - 18 December 2018

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • KPMG on transformation, missing red flags and rebuilding a brand
  • Bain pays back the money over botched Sars work, but may face fraud charges
  • SABC must be assisted with financial woes - Ramaphosa
  • M&G political editor sacked for breaching code of ethics
  • And more...
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Issue 1308 - 11 December 2018

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • KPMG chair apologises for ‘hurt and damage’ to SA institutions
  • FSCA probing insider trading following sale of Steinhoff shares
  • Mashaba lays charges against Tau and Makhubo for R30 Million State Capture Deal
  • New NDPP Shamila Batohi must sort out ills of NPA
  • And more...
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Issue 1307 - 4 December 2018

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Tiger Brands on listeriosis class action: 'We will act with integrity'
  • Molefe on Transnet: It’s worse than you think, but we're ready to fix it
  • Zuma's crucial court battle to stop his prosecution
  • [TEI OPINION PIECE] Being legally compliant does not provide automatic moral standing
  • And more...
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Issue 1306 - 27 November 2018

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Ethical sentiment among professional South Africans drop sharply following bruising year of corporate scandals 
  • Gordhan to lay criminal charges against Malema
  • R6,000 bribe 'to write off' Joburg resident's arrears - man arrested
  • Auditor-General places hope in new powers to give teeth to safeguarding the public purse
  • And more...
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Issue 1305 - 20 November 2018

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • 8 things to know about Gordhan's first day at the state capture inquiry
  • Momentum says client in R2.4m life cover claim 'did not act in good faith'
  • Whistle-blower Suzanne Daniels will have to fight to clear her name
  • Mahumapelo ‘deliberately faked’ R12m Vodacom statement
  • And more...
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Issue 1304 - 13 November 2018

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Hogan on pressure to appoint Gama as Transnet head: 'I was cast as an anti-transformation racist'
  • Unions fight job losses at the SABC
  • Denel CFO sent packing in SOE clean-up
  • SIU takes aim at corruption
  • And more...
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Issue 1303 - 6 November 2018

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Gordhan tells SAA staff to 'clean out the dirt'
  • Vodacom, Cell C, Telkom, and MTN accused of stealing from SA customers
  • Ethics and auditing concerns drag corporate governance index to record lows
  • Steinhoff’s secret history and the dirty world of Markus Jooste
  • And more...
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Issue 1302 - 30 October 2018

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Saica on SA's accounting scandals and why chartered accountants are still in high demand
  • ANC Integrity committee: members implicated in VBS saga must step aside
  • DA refers KMPG to Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors
  • Public works and North West in SIU’s crosshairs
  • And more...
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Issue 1301 - 23 October 2018

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE 

  • McKinsey ‘horrified’ Saudi Arabia memo may have been misused
  • Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama fired
  • What Ajay Gupta said in his first major interview since leaving South Africa
  • Gungubele: Rescuing VBS would send message that 'criminals can steal' and state will bail out
  • And more...
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Issue 1300 - 16 October 2018

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Floyd Shivambu could face ethics committee over VBS bank heist
  • Sisulu confirms Saudi interest in state arms firm Denel
  • [TEI OPINION PIECE] The Nene case: An ethical mixed bag
  • KPMG vows to cooperate with SARB in wake of damning report
  • And more...
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Issue 1299 - 9 October 2018

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Five top writers on Nhlanhla Nene and the Gupta revelations
  • Analysis reveals irregular expenditure of R72-billion in SA
  • The Bain Files, Part 1: Massone knew in advance Moyane would become SARS head and Bain would get restructuring contract
  • Steinhoff’s Mattress Firm files for bankruptcy and shuts stores
  • And more...
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