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An investigation by the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) of the affairs of SAA has recovered R14m and identified a further R3.4bn that has to be recouped from companies and individuals who were awarded contracts irregularly.
Koeberg's unit one is back on the electricity grid after almost a year and long delays. Its three steam generators had to be replaced to extend Koeberg's lifespan for another 20 years.
Agricultural industry bodies and the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform & Rural Development have hit back at weekend media reports which suggested that farmers who did not comply with certain BEE requirements would no longer be allowed to export to the EU and the UK.
National Treasury has withdrawn – for now – the far-reaching proposed amendment to the Income Tax Act pertaining to the rules governing offshore entities of SA multinationals.
The proposed redevelopment and expansion of the Cape Winelands Airport estimated to cost about R7bn has entered the next phase, with an application to the Department of Environmental Affairs & Development Planning for environmental approvals.
The Nova Property Group is in a desperate financial position and is unable to repay its debenture holders – former Sharemax investors – anytime soon, if ever.
The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) ‘miraculously’ escaped a disclaimer when it landed a qualified audit opinion for the 2021/22 financial year, says a report in The Mercury.
Dis-Chem has disclosed the impact of a controversial internal memo penned by former CEO Ivan Saltzman in October 2022 that prohibited the appointment and promotion of white people at the group.
Government wants to clamp down on spaza shops being run by foreign nationals who are in the country illegally and who have not invested financially as required by law, reports EWN.
The Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Ombud, which handles disputes in the sector, put more than R39m back into consumers’ pockets over the past financial year, reports the Mail & Guardian.
Former Steinhoff boss Markus Jooste is continuing to fight efforts by the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) to fine him for his role in SA's largest accounting scandal, reports Fin24.
City Press has revealed details of a massive Ponzi scheme it says is worthy of infamous Wall Street scamster Bernie Madoff.
SA’s competition tsar will next month tell the Constitutional Court that the SA arm of Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) conjured up a plan to get rid of workers after a 2016 merger, contravening one of the key conditions set by authorities in approving the deal.
The Competition Commission has unconditionally approved the sale of five shopping malls, carrying a total transaction value of R3.9bn.
An in-depth investigation by amaBhungane has linked controversial businessman Zunaid Moti to an elaborate money-laundering and gold smuggling operation, involving the ill-fated VBS Mutual Bank.