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In this issue

CHINESE LAUNDRY SA seizes R190m bound for Beijing

THE BIG STINK Criminal charges pending in KZN

TSHWANE DA struggles to clean up the mess

Plan Z

The social grants crisis is a secret machination to get Nkosazana Zuma elected president.

Plan Z

9 mins

Plan Z

The social grants crisis is a secret machination to get Nkosazana Zuma elected president.

Plan Z

8 mins

Chinese Laundry

South Africa pockets R190m illegally destined for Beijing.

Chinese Laundry

8 mins

Courting Disaster

Pietermaritzburg advocates to mark the seventh anniversary of a notorious brawl at the Bar with another round in court.

Courting Disaster

10+ mins

Courting Disaster

Pietermaritzburg advocates to mark the seventh anniversary of a notorious brawl at the Bar with another round in court.

Courting Disaster

10+ mins

Tshwane After The Da Takeover - What's Changed?

We have launched programmes and mechanisms to save the City money. Chief among these are the strategic sourcing of goods, an open tender system, e-procurement systems, which are all, in one way or another, aimed at curbing leakages in the supply chain process and maladministration... Fraud cases have been instituted against corrupt officials. This is to avoid occurrences such as the notorious “shoe polish” debacle which saw millions of rand lost when goods were purchased at hugely inflated prices that otherwise could’ve been procured at wholesale rates.

Tshwane After The Da Takeover - What's Changed?

6 mins

The Big Stink

Criminal charges pending in KZN waste management battle.

The Big Stink

9 mins

The Road Less And Less Able To Be Travelled

Previously in Noseweek, Riversdale farm owner Stephen Pain described how he had been vilified by his neighbour, former DA MP Theuns ‘Leuens’ Botha, who for years accused him of a litany of crimes and even had him arrested. Botha also used his position and influence to have a weir and piping installed to deliver water to his property at taxpayers’ expense. Likewise he had an electric fence erected and used his bodyguards to do his bidding in the feud with his neighbour.

The Road Less And Less Able To Be Travelled

10 mins

The Road Less And Less Able To Be Travelled

Previously in Noseweek, Riversdale farm owner Stephen Pain described how he had been vilified by his neighbour, former DA MP Theuns ‘Leuens’ Botha, who for years accused him of a litany of crimes and even had him arrested. Botha also used his position and influence to have a weir and piping installed to deliver water to his property at taxpayers’ expense. Likewise he had an electric fence erected and used his bodyguards to do his bidding in the feud with his neighbour.

The Road Less And Less Able To Be Travelled

10 mins

Suave Charmer. Mum's The Word

The real hero of trevor Noah’s autobiography is his awe-inspiring mother.

Suave Charmer. Mum's The Word

2 mins

Suave Charmer. Mum's the Word

TREVOR NOAH Born a Crime and Other Stories.

Suave Charmer. Mum's the Word

2 mins

Ambivalence. What's Good Is Bad

As ONE of those seriously unresolved South Africans who longs for “home”, I always promised myself that by the time I’d been in Australia half my life, I would know what I was doing.

Ambivalence. What's Good Is Bad

3 mins

Not Rocket Science

Road Deaths. A Data Blackout

Not Rocket Science

3 mins

Jailbreak. Serving Time

WE RECENTLY HEARD FROM A friend about the Pollsmoor Prison restaurant called Idlanathi (We eat together) which is staffed by prisoners.

Jailbreak. Serving Time

2 mins

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Noseweek Magazine Description:

PublisherRocksolid Systems

CategoryNews

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Noseweek is South Africa's only investigative magazine and features irreverent, independent, inside information about business, the professions, politics and society in South Africa.

Published monthly it is essential reading for anybody interested in what's going on in the rainbow nation.

Noseweek is owned by Chaucer Publications (Pty) Ltd. We are an independent private company not affiliated to any other group or corporate interest.

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