As the alleged wrongdoing at Bishops Diocesan College shows, equating wealth with virtue is a bad idea, writes Helena Wasserman.
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The Congress of South African Trade Unions has hit back at critics of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Amendment Act, saying it is both a "progressive" and "draconian" move to curb the economic and human cost of traffic accidents.
It is official, the South African Post Office will now be in charge of distributing SASSA grants, but OUTA wants the details of the new deal to be made public.
Organisations have welcomed a high court ruling that nuclear agreements between South Africa and vendor countries are illegal. However, OUTA says the battle is not over.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse says it won’t be using allegations that SAA chair Dudu Myeni tried to get rid of board members as part of its evidence in a court hearing to declare her a delinquent director.
Sanral said it will support a call by civil rights body Outa to probe collusion within the construction industry.
Outa calls for more transparency with the draft Integrated Resources Plan, noting that the rushed public participation process is bordering on becoming illegal.
Rosatom is of the view that civil bodies, who plan to take the Department of Energy to court over an alleged nuclear deal, have no case.
Outa chairman Wayne Duvenage says the civil intervention unit’s focus is now firmly fixed on holding those who misuse taxpayers’ money to account.
Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance chairperson Wayne Duvenage has resigned as Avis rent-a-car chief executive.
SA's unpaid e-toll bills have now reached R11 billion, with more than 70% of motorists not paying.
OUTA has laid a criminal complaint, which includes charges of fraud, forgery and contravention of provisions of the Companies Act, against outgoing Eskom board chairperson Ben Ngubane.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says competent people with the right ethical behaviour are needed to run public institutions.
Civil body OUTA has revived its call to have a commission of inquiry into Eskom, following the release of the Dentons report and news that Nersa has capped tariff increases at 2.2%.
Civil rights body Outa wants Sanral to take local construction companies to task over price collusion.
Outa claims Sanral's financial statements misrepresent the real value of assets.
Government's nuclear deal could cost the South African economy R3trn in debt, says civil society group Outa.
Civil rights body Outa plans to interdict the contract between SAA and BnP Capital, and will take further litigation procedures against SAA board members.
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