National Lotteries Commission working with banking sector to expose corruption

The National Lotteries Commission says it is working with the banking sector to weed out corruption after the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) announced it had uncovered dodgy grants totaling R1.4-billion. In the latest developments, the Assets Forfeiture Unit has obtained a preservation order against property worth around R25 million, including nine luxury[…]

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Another urination scandal hits Stellenbosch University

LOCAL Stellenbosch University (SU) has been rocked by another urination scandal. In May,  Theuns du Toit was filmed urinating in the room of another student, Babalo Ndwayana, at the Huis Marais residence. Du Toit has since been expelled. The fresh controversy was revealed on Saturday by Prof Deresh Ramjugernath, the[…]

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Dlamini-Zuma thrown into FIFA bribery spotlight

A letter from 2010 Local Organising Committee (LOC) Chief Executive Officer, Danny Jordaan, to FIFA General Secretary, Jerome Valcke, has emerged which seems to implicate Jordaan and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma in the scandal surrounding the process behind hosting the 2010 Soccer World Cup. According to the Mail and Guardian, Jordaan wrote[…]

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‘FIFA ruling with arrogance’: Jones

Global football governing body FIFA are facing an unprecedented scandal on the eve of its annual congress, after up to 14 high ranking officials were indicted amidst allegations of widespread corruption. Amongst those arrested was current vice president, Jeffery Webb as well as his predecessor Jack Warner. This follows dawn[…]

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Jordaan mum on FIFA scandal

Having just been sworn in as the executive mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay, Danny Jordaan refused to comment on allegations of corruption relating to the 2010 World Cup, or how this would impact on his position as mayor. Speaking to the media after the council meeting at Nangoza Jebe Hall[…]

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