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Supreme Court of Appeal rules no profits for Beitbridge “washing line”...

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Attempts to hold onto profits from an unfit for purpose stretch of border fence, erected as part of the then national anti-COVID-19 effort in...

BMA tackling corruption via SIU forum

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A stated aim of Michael Masiapato, Border Management Authority (BMA) Chief Executive and Commissioner, is “a zero tolerance approach on corrupt tendencies among officials”...

Court denies Beitbridge fence contractors’ profit

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That then Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille’s well-intentioned plan to provide an extra buffer against COVID-19 in the vicinity of the...

SANDF four apparently part of R273 million plus PPE swindle

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The first court appearance of four SA National Defence Force (SANDF) personnel in connection with personal protective equipment (PPE) fraud and corruption to the...

SANDF personnel in military court on PPE fraud and corruption charges

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A “lengthy” investigation by Special Investigation Unit (SIU) specialists has – so far – seen four SA National Defence Force (SANDF) personnel appear in...

Beitbridge fence contractors fined millions

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That Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille’s well-intentioned plan to beef up the border fence in the immediate vicinity of the Beitbridge...

SIU investigation clears SANDF of COVID-19 procurement irregularities

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The release of the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) report on COVID-19 related procurement irregularities cleared the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) of wrongdoing just...

Protection of whistleblowers key to fighting corruption

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Special Investigating Unit (SIU) head, Advocate Andy Mothibi, says whistleblowers remain an important aspect to combatting corruption. He was speaking during the first webinar in...

Special Investigating Unit to host anti-corruption, whistleblowing webinar series

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The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) is expected to host a five part series of webinars that will shine the spotlight on the importance of...

Investigations into Denel corruption and wrongdoing slowly progressing

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Denel is moving forward with nearly a dozen investigations into criminal matters at the company concerning dubious contracts, intellectual property theft and suspect loan...

Man held for attempting to bribe SIU investigator

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The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has welcomed the arrest of a Mpumalanga man by the Hawks for allegedly trying to ‘bribe’ an SIU investigator...

Legal firm under investigation for improper links with Denel

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The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) is probing legal firm Khampha Attorneys over its ties to former Denel management. The SIU told parliament’s Standing Committee on...

SIU flags Gupta involvement in appointment of Denel board

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The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has reported that the appointment of the 2015 Denel board deviated from the normal process and was influenced by...

SIU investigating misappropriation of IP at Denel

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The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) is looking at the ‘serious crime’ of the misappropriation of intellectual property (IP) by Denel, which apparently sent missile...

SIU investigating Denel over irregular Red Team penetration testing contract

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The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) is investigating former Denel officials for their role in an irregular contract with information security company Telspace Systems. Briefing the...

SIU pursuing air school, former Denel employees over pilot bursaries

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The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) is pursuing implicated officials at Denel and attempting to recover money from 43 Air School over the improper awarding...

SIU looking at recovering some of the money paid by Denel...

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The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) is looking at recovering some of the funds paid by Denel to VR Laser Services following the irregular awarding...

What happened to Denel’s internal forensic investigations?

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Five months ago the then Denel chief executive indicated police were in possession of statements supporting internal corruption and state capture forensic investigations at...

R38 million allocated towards establishing Investigative Directorate

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Justice and Constitutional Development Minister Ronald Lamola says the department will provide budgetary support towards the establishment of the NPA’s Investigative Directorate. This comes after...

Prototype prison cost up a third

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Members of Parliament have been dismayed to learn that the cost of South Africa's first "new generation" prison, set to officially open...

Register for Tender Defaulters empty

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The National Treasury says its Register for Tender Defaulters remains empty, a fact that has upset opposition Democratic Alliance shadow finance...