On 29th November, during a heated debate, Mr David Ross, a SCOPA committee member, directed a question at SANRAL on whether they are misrepresenting their true financial situation and possible insolvency, by reflecting their outstanding debt of over R7bn (which… Get more
During a grilling by members of the Standing Committee of Public Accounts (SCOPA) in parliament on 29 November, the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) acknowledged that it spent up to R20 million per annum on external audit companies… Get more
Following on yet another vote of no-confidence on Eskom’s financials and governance manifesting in an S&P downgrade this weekend, OUTA believes it is high time for all concerned South Africans to rally for a full forensic audit into Eskom.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) has reacted with outrage and disappointment to the content of the long-awaited Integrated Energy Plan (IEP) and Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), published today in Cape Town. The latter has been six years in the… Get more
OUTA is pleased with the tough reaction undertaken by the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA), to SANRAL’s attempt to fob them off with weak and meaningless explanations for the increase of R1,1bn in irregular expenditure.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) has written to the Minister of Energy, the Presidency, Treasury, NERSA and other authorities on 14th November 2016, demanding that Government’s plans for the new build nuclear project is placed on hold, until… Get more