Unless your head is buried in the sand you will be aware that we have some sticky fingers at work in South Africa. These latest figures, however, will make you rather queasy.
With Oscar in prison and a multitude of claims towards his family (remember those rhino horns?), it seems these guys just cannot fathom staying out of the news.
We’re not surprised when it happens, but it isn’t all that often you see a police officer caught in the act of soliciting a bribe. Here is the video of Joburg’s police exercising some sticky fingers.
Haha, Zuma, you never cease to amaze me. Have a squizz at how The President thinks he is above the rest of the world and South African law.
Our country stands to head in a backwards direction because of our sub-standard availability of education
We all know about the various number plate scamming and corruption in various departments that goes on under the radar, right? Well it may have just been blown WIDE open.
This looks like the making of a scandal, folks. One which could end Mamphela Ramphele’s political career before it has even really started. Is this why she formed Agang SA or are we getting ahead of ourselves?
Eish. We kinda knew that stuff like this was on its way. An article, entitled “Mandela’s Death Highlights How Messed Up South Africa Is Now” was recently published on Business Insider.
Produced and published by Shaun Gunning, this video (and supporting document) is without a doubt the most comprehensive and emphatic argument for why the E-Tolls project cannot succeed without major taxpayer support to the tune of billions of Rands in bailouts over the course of the next few decades. It also provides strong circumstantial evidence […]
While the ANC was busy pointing fingers at Thuli Madonsela for leaking the Nkandla report, South Africa slipped to its lowest-ever spot on the global corruption charts.
Public protector, Thuli Madonsela, has come through with the goods yet again. This time, they come in the form of three damning reports that expose gross misconduct, deceit, unlawful acts and outright corruption at the highest level of government.
The very dodgy son of the dictator of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, wants Michael Jackson’s famous bejeweled glove back.The very dodgy son of the dictator of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, wants Michael Jackson’s famous bejeweled glove back. Last week the US government attempted to seize over $71 million (R726,863,226) worth of assets from Nguema
It has been widely reported that the Free State Government’s R100 million website is based on a $40 WordPress template To demonstrate just how quick and easy it should have been to build the website, eNCA web developer, Jason Adriaan set out to whip up a replica. And what were the results? Craig’s version cost […]
Arch Duke of South Africa’s internet, Arthur Goldstuck has filed a shocking report on his website, detailing the breakdown of costs for the planning, construction of the Free State Government website, which was reported to have cost R140 million, a figure that Free State director general Elzabe Rockman said was actually something more like R40 […]
We received a tip in the comments section of the this post yesterday, that a gentleman by the name of Siyanda Dondashe is one of the people sitting on a bag of gold from the R140 million (or R40 million, depending on which report you believe) website redesign deal for the Free State Government. Cherry […]
And no company website, apparently. Welcome to Cherry Online Design, a company whose mission it is to “be the best Webdesign,Graphic Design and software developers in the Free State”. At R1 000 a minute, they better be
The Free State Government has reportedly spent R140 million to redesign their website over a period of three years. The deal was signed off by director general Elzabe Rockman, who now claims that the tender was for R40 million and not the reported R140 million. The basic WordPress theme on which the site was built costs […]
The South African Football Association (Safa) has reinstated its chief and four other leading officials suspended over a match fixing scandal involving the national team. The move comes less than two weeks before we are to host the African Nations Cup finals.
The Witness reported today that a KwaZulu-Natal teacher has been chillaxing on sick leave for eight years while the Department of Education has been faithfully paying her salary every month. Crazy.
The Mail and Guardian is reporting that the long-running investigation by the Hawks into allegations of fraud and corruption by former ANC Youth League president Julius Malema is almost at an end, and an arrest is immanent.
A report in the New Age this morning revealed that Jackie Selebi had not been to Steve Biko Hospital in Pretoria for a week – but it didn’t take long for someone to find out that he is now receiving private treatment elsewhere.
Jakie Selebi is on a dialysis machine, but in getting one has seemingly jumped the queue at Steve Biko Academic Hospital where 82 patients were on the waiting list.
Correctional Services Minister Sibusiso Ndebele announced that disgraced former police commissioner, Jackie Selebi will be released from prison today.
This is not a pleasant statistic to read, especially the day before Madiba’s birthday. The Special Investigations Unit (then the Scorpions, now the Hawks), in conjunction with the South African Security Agency, have revealed that the numbers for corruption are far higher than they should be.
South Africa’s elite police unit, the Hawks, have opened an investigation into allegations of corruption at MTN. This follows news reports yesterday of a senior former MTN Group executive admitting to bribing South Africa’s former ambassador to Iran following a successful license purchase.