SANRAL SCRAPS E-TOLL DEBT OF R3.6BN

Sanral says it will write off R3.6 billion for the current financial year but will continue attempts to recover unpaid e-tolls by taking defaulters to court. The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has confirmed it will be scrapping debt of more than R3 billion in unpaid e-tolls. Sanral says it will write off […]
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Cabinet expresses confidence in new SAA board

Newly appointed Communications Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi says Cabinet is happy with the appointment of a new board at South African Airways. Yesterday Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba announced the axing of former SAA board chairperson Dudu Myeni, who has now been replaced by Johannes Bhekumuzi Magawaza. Anglo American board chairperson Nolitha Fakude has been appointed as […]
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OUTA WINS FREEZE ON GUPTA MINE REHAB FUNDS AT BANK OF BARODA

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) won an urgent interim interdict in the Pretoria High Court against the Bank of Baroda, freezing R1.75 billion in the Gupta-owned Optimum and Koornfontein coal mines’ rehabilitation trust fund accounts. “This is another sweet victory for South Africa, with the prevention of Gupta mining trust accounts worth at least […]
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Suspended Eskom CFO faces charges of corruption

Charges of corruption and financial misconduct have been laid against Eskom’s suspended chief financial officer‚ Anoj Singh. The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse laid the charges on Tuesday morning at the Randburg police station. The charges come after Eskom on Monday admitted to lying about payments which benefited the embattled Gupta family through the Trillian business […]
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Outa lays charges of high treason and corruption against Public Service Minister Faith Muthambi

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) on Monday laid charges of high treason and corruption against Public Service Minister Faith Muthambi. The charges were laid at the Brixton police station in Johannesburg, following revelations that Muthambi had emailed confidential government policy documents to one of the three Gupta brothers. This emerged during the #GuptaLeaks. Recently, […]
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No room to hide: A President caught in the act – Six ways Zuma has betrayed us

The report “No room to hide: A President caught in the act”‚ which was due to be handed to National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete on Wednesday by the civil society group Outa‚ ends by saying Jacob Zuma has breached his constitutional obligations and oath of office in six ways. He has paralysed the criminal justice […]
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