Region: South Africa

South Africa’s governance structures need an overhaul to address corruption challenge

The positive momentum by the South African government in confronting governance failures must be welcomed, but it will require far more than political will to effectively address the high levels of systemic corruption, Petrus Marais and Lloyed Rakgoale at FTI Consulting and Karam Singh and Caroline James of Corruption Watch argue.

30 October 2020

ABB negotiating settlement with South Africa’s Eskom

Swiss-Swedish robotics company ABB has said it is “working towards” reaching a resolution with South Africa’s state-owned utility company Eskom in connection to a well-publicised corruption case.

26 October 2020

Eskom CEO rejects whistleblower’s request for compensation

21 October 2020

South Africa seeks $23 million from German software company SAP over “unlawful” contracts

10 August 2020

Investigation clears Eskom COO of wrongdoing in corruption probe

16 April 2020

Deloitte South Africa agrees to return fees earned after “irregular procurement process”

23 March 2020

South African court rejects Zuma’s stay of prosecution appeal

16 March 2020

ABB hints at “unfavourable outcome” in suspect payments probe

27 February 2020

Steinhoff in South African privilege dispute

09 September 2019

Bosasa CEO dies in car crash

27 August 2019

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