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Recent articles by Barbara:

Dealing with Sars: Corporate SA’s experiences

Is Sars raising additional assessments as a 'fishing expedition'? → Read More

Why did PwC not identify corruption at SAA?

The question is to what extent auditors have facilitated state capture and corruption. → Read More

Alexkor, another broken SOE

Forensic report exposes maladministration on a gargantuan scale. → Read More

Sars versus taxpayers

Revenue service responds to Moneyweb reader experiences. → Read More

EY ordered to pay whistleblower $11m

After lending its name to a flagrantly misleading assurance reporting process. → Read More

Cogta fails 2019 audit miserably

Hundreds of millions paid to wrong suppliers and ghosts. → Read More

Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority – another audit delayed

Is the auditor-general being overzealous in requesting proof of expenditure? → Read More

The public protector is inept and has failed the people of SA

Her dereliction of duty has impacted the rights of the poor and vulnerable. → Read More

Eskom’s risk profile poses challenges for debt restructuring

Its 'chief restructuring office' will need a proper understanding of the utility's real loss. What would a rating agency do? → Read More

Public Protector takes another costly punch

Court finds that her orders contain much that is 'vague, contradictory, and/or nonsensical'. → Read More

Land reform in academic la la land

A look at what the presidential advisory panel is advising … → Read More

Public protector’s errors swamp any merits of Bankorp investigation

Ordered to pay 15% legal costs at attorney-client scale. → Read More

Judge Zondo solves tricky impasse

Special concession or an act of shrewdness? → Read More

Did Zuma influence the appointment of SOE execs?

Former president responds to Hogan testimony. → Read More

Zuma receives more death threats

Cough, cough, duck and dive. → Read More

Zuma warns – ‘I have been provoked!’

Day one of the former president's testimony dives into his history, but he warns that he will 'spill the beans'. → Read More

The enablers of state capture

Deficient, negligent or complicit? → Read More

Did Steinhoff’s CFO jump ship, or was he pushed?

Surely all hands should be on deck? → Read More

So much for South Africa’s sovereignty

Dirco director-general learnt about the Gupta wedding party’s arrival at Waterkloof Air Force Base when he read about it in the papers. → Read More

The cash delivery go-between

Easily transportable, easily dispersed, no trail? → Read More