Irregular expenditure in all municipalities amounted to R32.06 billion from R25.2 billion in the previous year.
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NDZ granted leave to appeal judgement against lockdown regulations
Judge Norman Davis has granted Cogta Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma leave to appeal his ruling which found several of the lockdown regulations unconstitutional, but some, however, still stand and must be reviewed within ten days.
In March, the DA said it had proof that Mkhwebane intentionally excluded crucial information from the final Vrede Dairy investigation report.
WARNING: Image may be sensitive for some viewers. Shots have been fired in some areas around the country as police attempt to ensure order.
The suspect was arrested for allegedly transferring R50 million of municipal funds into VBS Bank.
The business rescue plan which would see the retailer being sold off in divisions, was approved at a meeting of the creditors on Monday night, after two of the creditors’ attempt to block it was struck off the court roll earlier in the day.

Breaking News Court orders ‘Gupta fixer’ Kuben Moodley to hand over R232m in assets

ID head Hermione Cronje, who brought the application, contended that Moodley’s assets form part of a criminal investigation linked to Regiments Capital advisory services to Transnet.

Breaking News eNCA news anchor Shahan Ramkissoon tests positive for Covid-19

eNCA tv anchor Shahan Ramkissoon has tested positive for Covid-19 and will remain off-air for a period of 14 days while he self-isolates.

Breaking News Watch: Blockades reported in parts of Gauteng as taxi operators strike

With the hashtag #Taxistrike trending on Twitter, a number of blockades are being reported on Monday morning, with visuals of long queues for bus services also being shared.

Breaking News SIU closes three offices due to Covid-19 infections

The public have been asked to use alternative channels to contact the SIU after closing its national head office, as well as the Limpopo and Gauteng offices.

Breaking News Edcon’s creditors in last-ditch attempt to stop company’s business rescue plan

Two of Edcon’s creditors are heading to court urgently on Monday morning, to prevent the business rescue plan which would see them getting only 4 cents for every Rand they are owed

Breaking News WATCH: Shamila Batohi says ‘wheels of justice are turning’ for VBS looters

Nearly two years after the collapse of the VBS Mutual Bank, those responsible seem to be getting their comeuppance, as the Hawks and NPA have started making arrests.

Breaking News Santaco in Gauteng says taxi fares will increase by maximum of R7

Fares were expected to increase between 10% and 25% from 1 July.

Breaking News Herman Mashaba opens case over public protector report leak

‘Our legal team is of the opinion that the draft contains serious errors in both law and fact,’ asserted the former mayor.

Breaking News Reserve Bank cuts repo rate by another 50 basis points

A 7% fall in GDP is forecast this year, but a recovery is forecast for next year.

Breaking News Zikalala confirms break-in at his official residence

The premier did not say when the incident occurred but said police investigations were ongoing.

Breaking News With 447 new infections and 8 new deaths, overall Covid-19 tally now at 6,783

A record increase (with the first 400-plus rise) sees the coronavirus’s spread continuing with a steady climb in SA.

Breaking News Rivonia triallist Denis Goldberg dies at 87

ANC veteran Denis Goldberg passed away overnight, according to a statement from the ANC in the Western Cape.

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Reserve Bank forsees possible 2% shrink in the economy due to coronavirus

Breaking News Reserve Bank forsees possible 2% shrink in the economy due to coronavirus

The Reserve Bank projects the lockdown period can result in a 2.6% contraction of GDP from the production side of the economy.

Breaking News General Constand Viljoen passes away aged 86

The former apartheid-era defence force leader and co-founder of the Freedom Front, General Constand Viljoen, passed away on his farm.



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