Our debt-to-GDP ratio is growing, we're running a problematic current account deficit, state-owned companies are a drag on the economy and our bloated public service wage bill needs to be trimmed. We're running out of money, and fast.
Eskom’s dire need to attract support for its recent indication of a R100bn state bailout requires greater transparency and explanation of its business plan, says Wayne Duvenage.
Revise the ministerial handbook, zero tax increases and suspend the PIC CEO are some of the budget tips for Tito Mboweni.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse has welcomed news from the ANC's top leadership that President Jacob Zuma was recalled.
A fired-up civil society will challenge any energy plan with a whiff of nuclear and Eskom's financial and leadership woes are the final nail in the nuclear energy coffin, says OUTA's Wayne Duvenage.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse says more change in the new Eskom board would have provided better hope of a turnaround in the entity.
A motion of no confidence by opposition parties against President Jacob Zuma may have failed this week, but a dedicated team of staff at the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) plan to take the fight to the courts.
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.
The SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) this week obtained its first default judgment in the Pretoria High Court for outstanding e-toll debt.
Civil rights body Outa says Sanral has overpaid massively on its Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse and Sanral are in disagreement about whether Outa members will be prosecuted for defaulting on e-tolls.
Could it be that recent hints of some sort of amnesty to those with massive e-toll bills are another desperate attempt to breathe life into the defunct scheme? asks Wayne Duvenage.
Wayne Duvenage, OUTA CEO, has denied allegations that he is involved in gross mismanagement and bad governance in the organisation.
The EFF has welcomed Naspers' MultiChoice's decision to rid itself of Gupta-linked ANN7, saying the channel served as a front to defraud the state.
The appointment of Cyril Ramaphosa at the helm of the ruling party may provide the 'political will' and catalyst for the start of the real fight against corruption in South Africa, with meaningful examples around the world to draw from, writes OUTA's Wayne Duvenage.
Wayne Duvenage, the chairperson of OUTA, argues against tax increases.
The vote to keep President Jacob Zuma in power has been a vote for corruption, says the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse.
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.
Focused tax revolts which are essentially “wrongful” conduct today become justifiable actions which shape the laws of tomorrow, says OUTA chair Wayne Duvenage.
Outa chairperson Wayne Duvenage believes South Africans should hold to account those in authority who waste, squander and embezzle our hard-earned national revenue.
'The agreement effectively grants the entire Outa member community immunity until the case is complete,' says Outa chairman Wayne Duvenage as the organisation continues its fight against e-tolls.
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