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Issue 1357 - 3 December 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Reuel Khoza: ‘Natural’ to work with law agencies to prosecute the people responsible for wasting PIC money
  • SAA to undergo ‘radical restructuring’: Gordhan
  • Tongaat Hulett says execs inflated profits, considers civil claim against ex-CEO
  • Ford SA fined R35m for selling problematic Kugas, offers R50 000 in damages to complainants
  • And more...
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Issue 1356 - 26 November 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Intelligence structure changes under Zuma led to abuse of service - Shaik
  • Cyril Ramaphosa defends appointment of Eskom CEO
  • Magashule’s controversial Cuban engineer scheme collapses, R80m later
  • Gupta-era bonanza aftermath: Inside the NPA’s R1.1bn State Capture salvo against Regiments Capital
  • And more...
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Issue 1355 - 19 November 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • SAA denies 'malicious' union claims that its flights unsafe
  • New plans to fight crime in South Africa: Ramaphosa
  • Everyone needs to buy into fixing Eskom – Gordhan
  • Prasa paid R4m in ‘ghost’ invoices to clear Lucky Montana’s debt – three years after he’d left the place
  • And more...
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Issue 1354 - 12 November 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • SARS in urgent court bid to block access to Zuma’s tax records
  • Running Eskom in the red zone leaves funding taps running dry
  • Jacob Zuma has given state capture probe no proof of illness
  • Whistleblower: Will the real President please stand up?
  • And more...
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Issue 1353 - 5 November 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • On top of everything else Eskom also loses furniture worth R5-million
  • Zuma further delays corruption trial with leave to appeal application
  • Court papers show Free State doctor was killed for not paying bribes
  • Moody’s message as ‘junk’ status looms for SA: It’s the politics, stupid
  • And more...
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Issue 1352 - 29 October 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • SA's water situation 'serious but under control': Lindiwe Sisulu
  • A former CEO who is facing criminal charges has been appointed to the CEF board
  • Soweto residents to fight Eskom over ballooning debt and electricity disconnections
  • Opinion: Myeni, Moyo – and how the delinquency remedy actually works
  • And more...
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Issue 1351 - 22 October 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Ramaphosa on load shedding: If you don't pay, you're part of the problem
  • R34 million deal outs 'corrupt' lawyers
  • Ace’s son evicted from Gupta house
  • State Capture: Zuma unavailable to testify
  • And more...
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Issue 1350 - 15 October 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Post-Gupta sanctions blues: Anti-corruption battle has a long way to run
  • Luxury hotel stays for NPA investigative boss amid cash flow issues
  • MPs give Eskom and Mboweni free hand in R59-bn Special Appropriation Bill bailout
  • Jacob Zuma’s corruption trial to go ahead
  • And more...
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Issue 1349 - 8 October 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Zuma’s son denies $40mn bribe offered to former SA minister
  • SAA confirms probe of being supplied with dodgy aircraft parts underway
  • Judgment day for corrupt municipality
  • Public Protector asks Patricia De Lille to respond to nepotism, supply chain allegations
  • And more...
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Issue 1348 - 1 October 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Ramaphosa to launch health sector anti-corruption forum
  • Mabuza is the ‘Al Capone’of Mpumalanga – former ally Dube
  • As the Zondo revelations grow ever more shocking, we risk sliding into cynicism and somnambulance
  • The DA's Steinhoff link: Maimane drove car paid for by Markus Jooste
  • And more...
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Issue 1347 - 24 September 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • A dark week for SA journalism
  • Outrage after NPA decides there's 'not enough evidence' in Esidimeni case
  • Ghosts of tenders past haunt Ramaphosa’s head of security
  • Post Office takes 'urgent steps' after R14m Sassa card fraud
  • And more...
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Issue 1346 - 17 September 2019

HEADLINES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Court rules Rica Act inconsistent with constitution
  • Auditor-General ready to crack whip on corrupt municipalities
  • Mogoeng calls out those claiming judiciary is corrupt
  • Nigerians return home, fleeing xenophobic attacks in South Africa
  • And more...
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