Articles containing the keyword Tender Rigging


Sky-diving tenderpreneurs risk crash-landings

Sky-diving tenderpreneurs risk crash-landings

Airports executives flailing in a welter of bribery and graft. The controversy flying around the Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA) is likely to suck into its vortex some major corporate players. They ...

Dear Reader:Citizen Force

Dear Reader:Citizen Force

Here’s cheek for you. In a recent interview with Engineering News, Raubex Group CEO Rudolph Fourie said that the local road construction industry will remain under pressure for some time yet, with real relief ...

Dear Reader

Dear Reader

In preparation for the new year, it is advisable to do a quick audit of the old. We mourn the death of Nelson Mandela and an era of reconciliation and hope. Political analyst William Gumede offers ...

Siemens greases the palms

Siemens greases the palms

  Reinhard Siekaczek was half asleep in bed when his doorbell rang early one morning in November 2006. Still in his pyjamas, he peeked out his bedroom window, hurried downstairs and flung open the front door. Standing ...

The suspect IT tender mystery is unresolved

The suspect IT tender mystery is unresolved

An investigation by the Auditor-General has found evidence to support the insider information tender process. In his lily-livered report is the finding that “Some of the proposed solutions submitted by the successful bidder [Valor IT] compared almost ...

ANC's tender touch

ANC's tender touch

A government IT tender has been quietly awarded for an outrageous R153m – more than double the next-best tender – to a tiny, little-known company, on the understanding that 5% of the total (R7.65m) will ...