An explosive 2015 report reveals how the National Lotteries Commission’s chief risk officer flagged key governance issues that have since come back to haunt the commission. Instead of being heard she was hounded out and the report was buried — until now.
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Weak oversight and poor due diligence enabled Northern Cape companies to qualify for Covid -19 emergency procurement.
The alleged fraudsters behind the bank’s destruction will face insider testimony when they go to trial. Their former colleague will be spilling the beans.
Leaked draft forensic reports claim Richard Seleke — the Gupta-tainted former public enterprises director general — pushed through a tender for a company he allegedly knew from the Free State.
In an extract from his new book, VBS: A Dream Defrauded, amaB investigator Dewald van Rensburg reveals how executives pulled out the stops to save their foundering bank with a R1-billion deposit from the passenger rail agency — a state-owned entity, if any, that could ill afford it.
On the eve of a court ruling that the transport minister had appointed Prasa’s administrator unlawfully, the rail agency rushed through payment for his nine-month tenure.