The appointment of SABC interim board members Khanyisile Kweyama, Mathatha Tsedu, Febe Potgieter-Gqubule, Krish Naidoo, and John Mattison are a welcomed relief. These five members will, however, have their hands full when attempting to steer this mammoth organisation into calmer… Get more
Following OUTA’s presentation to the National Energy Regulator, Eskom was denied a 400% tariff hike – and the opportunity to fleece consumers. This followed a hearing held at Nersa’s head office in December last year at which, barring the attendance… Get more
Following recent announcements by SANRAL that a high court judgment has been achieved against an e-toll defaulter, OUTA would like to set the record straight and to dispel the misinformation and dangerous grounds pertaining to SANRAL’s claim.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) raised concern over the widespread violation of the public’s constitutional right of access to clean drinking water and a healthy environment. The concern comes after OUTA conducted a study into the maladministration within the… Get more
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) has lodged a complaint to the South African Human Rights Commission, calling for an investigation into maladministration within the Department of Water & Environment (DWS), which threatens drinking water supply and quality in South… Get more
In response to media reports circulating that the first default judgement for the non-payment of e-tolls has taken place, OUTA points out that this judgment has nothing to do with the legality of e-tolls and is not precedent setting in… Get more
The 28th of September 2012 would eventually prove to be a calamitous day in the history of South African Airways (SAA). This day saw the mass resignation of seven members of the SAA Board, including Chairperson Cheryl Carolus and… Get more