Monthly Archives: February 2018

A new but compromised Cabinet for growth

While OUTA welcomes President Cyril Ramaphosa’s substantive Cabinet reshuffle, which is largely aimed at addressing economic growth and stabilising the damage done to our state-owned institutions, we are concerned that some ministers who should have been removed have been retained.… Get more

The Gupta Empire is falling

Say goodbye to that Porsche, Duduzane.

The once-powerful Gupta empire is collapsing, with at least eight businesses filing for business rescue this week. This means that the hundreds of millions of rands in this empire have now disappeared.

“It was… Get more

OUTA calls for Public Protector to resign

OUTA calls on Public Protector advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane to resign, following the recent court rulings against her office, particularly last week’s ruling on the CIEX matter.

“We will be approaching Parliament requesting them to review her actions and call her… Get more

Time to rebuild now Zuma’s gone

OUTA welcomes the long-awaited resignation of Jacob Zuma as President, and looks forward to rebuilding South Africa.

OUTA is relieved that Jacob Zuma has resigned and is no longer the president of South Africa.

“We note Jacob Zuma’s opinion and… Get more

Hawks’ raid welcome & long overdue

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA), welcomes today’s action by the Hawks at the Gupta premises.

“It is no secret that the Gupta family and a number of their associates have been implicated in numerous dubious and unlawful transactions,” says… Get more