10.12.2019 04:48 pm
GroundUp’s ongoing investigation of the Lotteries Commission shows it’s a lucrative place to work, but some government agencies are sitting even prettier.
More than R14 million was spent on executive salaries at the National Lotteries Commission in the year ended March 2019. This was revealed in a report tabled in parliament last month.
The industry which he himself fears is also feared by everybody else, Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Jacob Mamabolo told an inquiry into taxi violence.
Murray & Roberts Construction was supposed to appoint an engineer to design the temporary works. It failed to do so, and used Form-Scaff’s general arrangement drawings instead.
The media personality says he is one of those spearheading recommendations over cellphone giants’ high data prices.
Deputy director general in charge of corporate management services Nana Manamela allegedly discriminated against some staff members for belonging to the Zion Christian Church.
A large percentage of people who play the South African lottery cannot afford to do so, recently published research commissioned by the National Lotteries Commission has once again confirmed.
There has been no mention of another person involved in the brutal death of Anele, but someone filmed Fritz in at least one video before the carnage erupted.
The school launched its own investigation via lawyers, while the initial male pupil and Fiona Viotti had their own legal representation.
An estimated 1 million legal firearm renewal applications have been delayed due to the police’s failure to repair its IT systems.
And there’s still no explanation for this strange state of affairs from the Newcastle municipality.
A Gauteng company with no track record in construction was contracted to build a facility in the small town of Storms River.
A motorist has alleged that he was being asked to make a bribe. The Citizen has asked if there could be a more innocent explanation.
Part of the allegations were that Themba Matlou used his office, position and state resources to campaign for a provincial position in the ANC in Gauteng.
However, Former Johannesburg city manager Professor Trevor Fowler admitted he could also not rule out that corruption did happen.
This time Gordhan stands accused of ‘meddling’ in the appointment of Mango CEO Nico Bezuidenhout, according to a leaked letter.