Media24 pays hefty fine for corruption and cartel conduct

By BO Staff Writer White-owned media companies have been nabbed for corruption, price-fixing and cartel conduct by the Competition Commission and are expected to pay hefty fines for the conduct. Naspers owned Media24 has admitted guilt and will pay a fine of close to R14 million for participating in price fixing and fixing of trading …

On the Charlotte Maxeke Hospital roof collapse

By Botsang Moiloa Yesterday, part of the roof at the entrance of the Charlotte Maxeke hospital collapsed, leaving at least five people injured. The contractor was thrown out of the site immediately. The Gauteng Infrastructure Development MEC Jacob Mamabolo said “We’ve taken the decision to remove them off site with immediate effect.” He further stated …

So, you want radical economic transformation? Breaking up the auditing cartel is a good place to start President Zuma

By Khaya Sithole In 1915, General Louis Botha led the invasion of Namibia. Beyers Naude was born and James Hertzog established the national party’s propaganda machine – Naspers. In 1915, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) started auditing Naspers. In 2017 the South African Constitution turned 21 years old. President Jacob Zuma called for South Africa to implement radical …