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A probe into the leak of a confidential $15bn takeover plan has thrown a spotlight on the confidentiality of journalists' sources - and just how aggressive investigators can be.
A former insurance company employee has been sentenced for defrauding 32 clients, he was ordered to pay over half a million to refund clients.
These buildings once housed the sick and frail, and even now that they are gone, tales of patients haunting the hallways linger on. As do unexplained phenomena, captured on video.
A KENYAN all-girls’ school is in shock after a horrific attack on three of its boarders in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The auditing firm says the pair were facing disciplinary hearings over allegedly failing to disclose financial interests in work done for VBS Mutual Bank.
Treasury has appointed a service provider for its R1bn Integrated Financial Management System and says no foul play is suspected of Pravin Gordhan or any of its staff members.
Ousted Eskom boss Brian Molefe will soon hear whether his controversial R30m golden handshake passed muster in court.
Controversial former acting Eskom CEO Matshela Koko believes he is being used to discredit the power utility and the government.
Suspended Eskom executive Matshela Koko has alleged that ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe's daughter was a beneficiary of corruption. But Mantashe replied that Koko was purposely dragging him and his family into his hearing and was serving a "certain master".
The public sector’s dependence on just a few professional entities underlies the problems unearthed in relation to companies such as SAP, says Deputy Finance Minister Sfiso Buthelezi.
Investigations into the disposal of strategic crude oil stock in December 2015 are expected to draw to a close soon, members of Parliament heard.
Enter these buildings over Halloween if you dare.
Liberty Holdings CEO David Munro told reporters it was in control of its technology and data infrastructure and working with authorities to probe a recent data breach.
A spokesperson for the priority crime investigating unit says the matter is not new and the Hawks have until May 30 to conclude the investigation.
KPMG once again finds itself in hot water, after it missed the opportunity to clean up its operations after the Gupta debacle, says chartered accountant and commentator Khaya Sithole.
MultiChoice has revealed the outcome of its internal investigation into several payments made to the SABC and ANN7.
Under-fire Eskom executive Matshela Koko has accused suspended Eskom company secretary and head of legal Suzanne Daniels of spearheading controversial payments to McKinsey and Trillian.
“Matshela Koko serves himself and he has a certain agenda to promote,” ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has said after suspended Eskom executive Matshela Koko alleged Mantashe's daughter was involved in corruption at Eskom.
Suspended executive Matshela Koko has testified at his disciplinary hearing at Eskom that he took all steps necessary to declare a possible conflict of interest relating to his stepdaughter.
German software giant SAP’s reluctance to approach South African authorities has come under fire, as the Hawks confirmed they are investigating SAP as part of their state capture probe.
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