ARTICLES RELATING TO OUTA

Nuclear judgment: what government now needs to do

2017-04-27 21:00

The court ruling setting aside government’s nuclear cooperation agreements means it now has to act rationally and adhere to due administrative process, says civil rights body OUTA.

History will be made during nationwide shutdown - Outa

2017-04-07 10:27

Outa has said history will be made during a nationwide shutdown on Friday in protest against President Jacob Zuma and corruption.

Political parties, organisations gear up for nationwide shutdown against Zuma

2017-04-04 15:08

Several organisations and political parties have thrown their weight behind a nationwide shutdown in protest against President Jacob Zuma and corruption.

OUTA seeks legal action on Gordhan axing

2017-03-31 13:39

Civil rights body OUTA says it is seeking legal action against President Jacob Zuma’s Cabinet reshuffle, which resulted in the removal of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

Sanral: We take our duty to collect toll fees seriously

2017-03-20 09:59

Sanral says those who default on e-toll payments can be taken to court, after the high court delivered its first default judgment for outstanding e-toll debt.

Sanral judgment doesn't mean e-tolls are legal - OUTA

2017-03-17 21:02

OUTA says a default judgment on non-payment of e-tolls does not mean e-tolls are legal.

Support grows for legal action against SAA's Dudu Myeni

2017-03-10 12:58

The Federation of Unions of South Africa has thrown its weight behind a push to have SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni declared a delinquent director.

OUTA turns to court to declare SAA's Dudu Myeni 'delinquent'

2017-03-08 11:03

OUTA and the South African Airways Pilots Association have filed a court application seeking to declare SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni a "delinquent director".

Govt's crisis of legitimacy fuels tax revolts - OUTA

2017-03-01 14:07

Focused tax revolts which are essentially “wrongful” conduct today become justifiable actions which shape the laws of tomorrow, says OUTA chair Wayne Duvenage.

Why state-run bank will be a disaster

2017-02-16 20:24

The idea of a state-controlled bank smacks of ulterior motives, cautions civil rights group OUTA.

 

Decision on Molefe pension payout sets precedent - OUTA

2017-04-23 22:42

OUTA applauded Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown’s decision to turn down Eskom’s proposal to give former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe a R30m pension payout.

Hate speech and violence condemned ahead of march

2017-04-06 12:46

Outa has called on the leadership within the ANC to condemn the hate speech and threats of violence coming from the ruling party's supporters ahead of planned protests against the president.

Remove Zuma immediately, says OUTA after S&P downgrade

2017-04-03 20:53

The ANC should take every step possible to ensure President Jacob Zuma is stripped of his role as leader of the country, says OUTA following a ratings downgrade.

Eskom opens up on reason for redacted Dentons report

2017-03-29 18:57

Eskom says a redacted version of the Dentons report - shed light on financial abuses - was released to respect the rights of the parties involved.

Sanral obtains first default judgment in e-tolls case

2017-03-19 08:38

The SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) this week obtained its first default judgment in the Pretoria High Court for outstanding e-toll debt.

Myeni’s ‘highest order’ delinquency is killing SAA

2017-03-12 06:07

The crisis at SAA has reached a “tipping point” threatening its survival, hence the application to have chair Dudu Myeni declared a delinquent director, says pilots’ association chair Jimmy Conroy.

6 reasons listed why court must declare SAA's Dudu Myeni delinquent

2017-03-08 15:04

Civil rights body OUTA and the SAA Pilot’s Association have outlined in court papers six allegations related to botched deals and other governance issues against Dudu Myeni.

Political parties, OUTA lash out at Dlamini

2017-03-05 18:54

Opposition parties have slammed Minister of Social Development Bathabile Dlamini after she held a press conference over the SA Social Services Agency (Sassa) grants payments debacle.

Crunch time as Eskom faces break-up push

2017-02-21 06:00

OUTA plans to lay a complaint with the Competition Commission to fine and unbundle Eskom, in a bid to undo what it described as the power utility’s “monopolistic control”.

OUTA welcomes ConCourt ruling on Western Cape toll roads

2017-02-13 14:11

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse has welcomed a Constitutional Court ruling that prevents the SA National Roads Agency from tolling certain highways in the Western Cape.

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