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Numsa obtained an urgent court interdict overnight, stopping the signing of 27 contracts for renewable energy.
It is alleged the Mpumalanga school principal molested boys at his school.
Senior SARS official Jonas Makwakwa, was suspended last year facing money-laundering accusations before being reinstated, is regarded as an ally of SARS commissioner Tom Moyane.
Local authorities are investigating the cause of the accident.
Workers at 53 Department of Water and Sanitation sites downed tools last week.
The Portfolio Committee on state capture has received confirmation that neither the Guptas nor former SAA board chair Dudu Myeni will appear before them on Tuesday.
The mine has been placed under business rescue after the Bank of Baroda’s decision to disinvest from South Africa.
Peter Frederiksen was found guilty on multiple charges after female private parts were found in his Bloemfontein home.
Six inmates escaped from Pollsmoor prison late on Sunday night.
The Public Servants Association says previous bailouts could have been invested in job creation and service delivery.
Nomawethu Kunene went missing in February after exposing corruption in a Sassa tender.
Freedom Under Law says it is convinced that the charges are 'as groundless as those of 2016 and will suffer the same fate'.
The Hawks confirmed that they are investigating cases of fraud and corruption against Dr Thabo Lekalakala.
The Young Communist League in North West says only a clique of Mahumapelo's friends has flourished.
The former SAA chairperson and the Gupta brothers were to appear before Parliament's inquiry into maladministration at state-owned enterprises.
Gauteng Provincial spokesperson, Thabo Masebe said Mahlangu's resignation meant other agencies would have to deal with her actions.
The agreement will put an end to a two-year period of great uncertainty for the South African renewable energy industry.
Tooley said that the budget for public works workshad been bankrupted, with contracts given to favoured individuals.
Human rights activist Kumi Naidoo said corruption hits the poor hardest. ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule also called for action on corruption.
The South African National Civic Organisation called for municipalities that invested with the bank to be investigated.
The veterans had a tense relationship with former President Jacob Zuma, slammed his leadership and called for his removal.
The Indian state-owned international bank, which has extensive ties with Gupta-linked companies, wants to close its SA branch.
Reports from the scene indicated that three cars collided at an intersection.
Former acting national police commissioner Kgomotso Phahlane appeared alongside his wife, Beauty, and businessman, Durandt Snyman. would like to send you push notifications.
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