CITY PRESS ICYMI: How to loot SA | White men still rule

2018-07-01 15:55
Money. (Duncan Alfreds, File)

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Corruption laid bare, race transformation in corporate leadership, and the DA looking to resolve its internal squabbles, here are the best stories from City Press:

From expensive cars to exclusive restaurants, here's how millions were stolen from SA

Several companies were paid advances worth millions to build houses, roads and schools in the Eastern Cape, but they delivered nothing.

White men still rule, despite legislation aimed at transforming race balance

Labour officials complain that courts fail to impose the maximum fine on companies who fall short of EE targets.

Tom Moyane a 'despot', SARS Inquiry told

Suspended SA Revenue Service (SARS) commissioner Tom Moyane was an "ego-driven despot" who was "bloated with self-importance", the inquiry into the organisation's affairs heard this week.

DA's Mmusi Maimane is holding out olive branch to Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille

DA leader Mmusi Maimane is in talks with Mayor Patricia de Lille (pictured) over an out-of-court settlement, with Western Cape premier Helen Zille as the intermediary, City Press has learnt.

Political parties hijack land hearings

The first week of the constitutional review committee hearings into amending section 25 of the Constitution took a distinctly party-political flavour.

Hand over footage, demands SABC after drama on TV set

The web of intrigue around the SABC's new R6m traditional Zulu drama series, Uselwa, is becoming more tangled.

Obsessed with whiteness

We were at the bottom of the stairs, about to board an aeroplane from Cape Town to Johannesburg many years ago, when I overheard a prominent lawyer who was close to power angrily remark about whites: “They are still in charge,” she said to her companion.

Julius Malema: Long live July 26 Movement! Long live EFF

In the winter of 2013, on June 11, almost 10 months after the Marikana massacre in which 34 mine workers were killed, we published a clarion call to our people to stand up and be counted.

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