The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) believes that by investing in mines that produce the specific coal required by each power… Get more
OUTA is concerned about current reports of serious coal supply problems at Eskom, while the utility is busy applying for R66.6 billion in its RCA claw-back from the public… Get more
OUTA welcomes the new Special Investigating Unit (SIU) investigation into Eskom and Transnet, as… Get more
First and foremost, OUTA is very… Get more
OUTA’s ongoing research and analysis of Eskom’s operational and capital expenditure costs has revealed that Eskom has overspent an estimated R286… Get more
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) welcomes the resignation of Lynne Brown. The former Minister of Public Enterprises resigned as a member of Parliament effective 27 February 2018.
“This resignation has been a long time coming. Brown failed in her… Get more
The failure to hold the corrupt to account is resulting in the collapse of crucial institutions like Eskom.
“It is essential that the… Get more