Gauteng Liquor Board loses half its legal cases

The beleaguered Gauteng Liquor Board has lost nearly 50% of the legal cases brought against it in the past five years – most of which have to do with the entity not complying with its own mandate. According to Gauteng Economic Development MEC, Lebogang Maile, in the past five years…

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No immediate plans to build a new Boksburg North police station

It is clear that there are no immediate plans to build a new Boksburg North police station despite the current dilapidated state of this police station. According to a written reply to the DA’s questions in the Gauteng Provincial Legislature, the Gauteng Department of Community Safety MEC, Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane indicated…

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Guptas destroy Gauteng business

The infamous Gupta family have struck once again, this time crippling a Gauteng business that supplied the family with much-needed equipment to continue operations at their controversially acquired Shiva Uranium mine in Klerksdorp. Quarry Master, situated in Springs, Ekurhuleni was contacted in 2015 by Varun Gupta who sought to utilize…

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Gauteng Tourism Authority legal fees triple in 2016/17

According to the Gauteng Tourism Authority’s (GTA) annual report, legal fees have tripled from R94 064.00 in 2015/16 to R371 583.00 in the 2016/17 financial year. Coupled with this, the GTA’s liabilities have increased from R18 579 086.00 to R32 305 737.00 in a single year. This information makes it…

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