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Issue 1385 - 30 June 2020

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Popo Molefe says Prasa board was dissolved because of its investigations into corruption
  • Four VBS Bank, two PIC executives, KPMG auditor and SAPS lieutenant-general arrested in R2,7-billion VBS robbery
  • Government investigates National Lotteries Commission
  • Nxesi in hot water after R5.7m in UIF funds paid to one person
  • Pretoria to rebuke Botswana for pursuing Bridgette Motsepe
  • And more...
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Issue 1384 - 23 June 2020

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • All seven VBS Mutual Bank accused manage to pay bail
  • Glencore share falls on news of Swiss criminal probe over DRC dealings
  • Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation dept lays criminal charges against former board CEOs
  • City Power Joburg says CEO's special leave is not 'ANC politics', as DA alleges
  • EUSA calls for probe into alleged looting of DBE covid-19 funds
  • And more...
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Issue 1383 - 16 June 2020

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Transnet fires executives over wrongdoing during State Capture years
  • Dismissal of four Prasa senior officials widely welcomed
  • Allegations of corruption at City Power
  • Businessman in court for fraud and forgery
  • CSA chief Thabang Moroe remains suspended despite pitching up for work
  • Namibia: Postfin Agent Appears for Fraud
  • DRC seeks 20-year jail term for Vital Kamerhe in graft case
  • And more...

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Issue 1382 - 9 June 2020

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Nedbank, Rand Merchant Bank join 28 banks charged with rand manipulation
  • Hawks investigate fake letter produced by Sisulu adviser
  • [TEI OPINION PIECE] As a rule, I follow the rules – but what happens when the rules don’t make sense?
  • Nine senior cops implicated in tender fraud scandal
  • Former West Rand municipal manager acquitted of fraud charges
  • And more...
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Issue 1381 - 2 June 2020

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • PIC extends Matshepo More’s suspension, despite inquiry clearing her
  • Dudu Myeni declared a delinquent director
  • Tshwane out to recover R1bn lost in deals gone wrong
  • Former Western Cape police commissioner out on parole
  • Investors Fear Cryptocurrency CEO Accused of Stealing Millions Could Be On the Run
  • And more...
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Issue 1380 - 26 May 2020

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Call for Zululand mayor to quit over graft report
  • R50m SAPS car branding tender revoked due to fraud
  • North West cops arrested for allegedly stealing confiscated cigarettes and alcohol
  • DA wants answers on HOD’s return to Sport, Arts and Culture Department
  • Lottery throws millions more at dodgy projects
  • US urges probe into alleged ethics breach by African Development Bank
  • And more...
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Issue 1379 - 19 May 2020

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • ANC welcomes investigation of alleged corruption ‘implicating’ state printing works CEO
  • Limpopo prosecutor bust after allegedly accepting bribe to make a case 'disappear
  • Second damning report emerges from ex-CEO alleging abuses by Safa president Danny Jordaan
  • SIU broadens probe into water department after corruption allegations against Sisulu’s adviser
  • Push for Mabuyane to act against transport MEC
  • And more...
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Issue 1378 - 12 May 2020

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Lindiwe Sisulu accused of flushing out officials blocking her adviser’s pet project
  • Justice department suspends CFO, supply chain director over R1.2bn security tender
  • Grant fraudsters trying to cash in warned as Sassa cracks down
  • [TEI OPINION PIECE] Ethical leadership is needed as pandemic threatens bottom line
  • Primedia broadcasting and CEO Eric D'Oliveira part ways
  • And more...
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Issue 1377 - 5 May 2020

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Another man arrested in R53m City of Tshwane fraud case
  • How a R10.7bn ‘zero waste’ megaproject was buried by Limpopo’s Chinese deal
  • MUT vice-chancellor on precautionary suspension
  • Sisulu places Amatola Water Board under legal administration
  • R30k 'bribe' offered as more cigarettes seized during coronavirus lockdown
  • And more...
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Issue 1376 - 28 April 2020

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Mkhwebane receives ATM’s complaint on R37m Beitbridge border fence
  • Dis-Chem charged for price gouging on face masks during coronavirus outbreak
  • Oscar dismisses nepotism claims over Cala quarantine B&B owned by MEC's daughter
  • SANDF opens fraud case against company supplying soldiers with meals
  • Government database to track all public servants accused of fraud and corruption
  • And more...
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Issue 1375 - 21 April 2020

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Vodacom in Ace Magashule-linked Free State contracts scandal
  • Sassa debacle: FUL heads to court over CPS profits
  • Councilors accused of looting food parcels meant for the poor
  • [TEI OPINION PIECE] Organisations with stronger ethics perform better. Here's why
  • Suspended Sascoc president hits back calls for board’s removal
  • And more...
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Issue 1374 - 14 April 2020

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • EFF Gauteng to lay fraud, corruption charges against Makhura, finance MEC
  • Mpumalanga ANC Councillor Arrested Twice for Allegedly Issuing Fraudulent Business Permits
  • Dodgy off-the-shelf companies cash in on Lottery millions
  • R30m express tender causes rifts as Gauteng defies Treasury
  • Lockdown: More liquor looting as 3 arrested in Stellenbosch
  • Zoom sued for fraud over privacy, security flaws
  • And more...
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