While President Ramaphosa has stated that “the government has taken “far-reaching and necessary decisions to ensure the sustainable security of energy supply”, an energy expert told VOC that even after solutions are in place load shedding is likely to continue for an additional five years after implementation. The power utility’s[…]
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) has lashed out at state arms firm Denel in its first submission to the state capture inquiry. Outa said its submission aims to outline how appointees under former president Jacob Zuma’s administration allegedly manipulated policies in the interests of themselves or the Gupta family.[…]
The Department of Home Affairs’ deputy director general of immigration services has denied any knowledge of corruption relating to the issuing of the Gupta dynasty’s visas to stay in South Africa, as alleged in the GuptaLeaks emails. “I did not know anything, except of course what I have read in[…]
The Democratic Alliance (DA), the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) and other groups are to lead a march against what they call a high fuel tax levy in Pretoria on Tuesday. They have urged Tshwane Metro residents to join the march to the National Treasury, starting from Church Square at[…]
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) says it’s consulting with its lawyers on Tuesday after the City of Cape Town failed to meet last Friday’s deadline to respond to OUTA’s demand to scrap the proposed drought levy. The levy will be based on property value rather than water consumption. The[…]
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) will on Wednesday reveal its plan for combating state capture. It intend to hand the plan over to Parliament and political parties after a media briefing and presentation. “This case document is regarded as essential reading for Members of Parliament expected to participate in[…]
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) has described as “questionable” the South African National Roads Agency Ltd’s (Sanral) “extraordinary increased revaluation of their road asset base”. The civic group on Monday also cast doubts on the revaluation’s credibility as Sanral had “performed the revaluation internally…utilising information supplied by industry experts”‚[…]
Yesterday, the African Utility Week conference kicked off at the CTICC in Cape Town and is expected to be attended by various stakeholders. The conference will focus on a range of topics related to energy and water management. Yesterday’s sessions looked at the cost reflective power tariff of Eskom and[…]
Eskom’s implementation of a 9.4% electricity tariff increase on April 1 as approved by the National Energy Regulator South Africa (Nersa) is hanging in the balance. The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) has turned to the high court in Pretoria for an urgent application in an attempt to obtain an[…]
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