The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) is pleased with the outcome of the disciplinary hearing of suspended SAA executives Musa Zwane and Phumeza Nhantsi.
The chairperson of the disciplinary hearing, Adv. Nazeer… Get more
OUTA’s senior projects coordinator Bernadette Bule talks to Naleli Morojele, a gender and transformation scholar, about women in political leadership and how to move the narrative forward.
OUTA is a proudly South African non-profit civil action… Get more
It is encouraging to see the experience that the two executives bring to the table.
These are appointments by the board, without the… Get more
OUTA is disappointed by NERSA’s approval today of R32.69 billion extra revenue for Eskom, even though it is only about half of what Eskom… Get more
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) strongly believes that the section 139 intervention by Gauteng Premier David Makhura, is a political move that circumvents deep wasteful expenditure and maladministration within… Get more
OUTA believes that the contracts are irregular, were not budgeted… Get more
OUTA rejects Eskom’s intention to take NERSA to court to set aside the 5.23% tariff determination following the Utilities’ failed application for a 19.9% increase in 2017
According to Engineering News Eskom is planning to approach the courts to have… Get more