2010 World Cup

Colluding Construction giants reach aggreement with Government

Construction companies that colluded around the 2010 Fifa World Cup Stadium projects, have paid their first sum of R117m in terms of the settlement agreement they entered into with the National Revenue Fund.

Cape Town suing Construction companies over World Cup stadium loot

The City of Cape Town is suing several construction companies, accused of colluding during the construction of stadiums in the build-up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Property Owners welcome Jordaan’s appointment as PE Mayor

The South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) has welcomed the appointment of SA Football Association (Safa) President, Danny Jordaan as the new Mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, Port Elizabeth.

Danny Jordaan gets the top Job as Mayor of PE

While allegations are echoing that South Africa bribed FIFA to secure the 2010 World Cup, today SA Football Association (Safa) President Danny Jordaan was inaugurated as Mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, Port Elizabeth.

Numsa calls for probe on Medupi power station construction

THE National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) on Thursday called for an independent investigation into alleged collusion by construction companies at the Medupi power station in Limpopo.

Group Five out on a limb

Government is satisfied that it has broken the back of a longstanding cartel in the construction industry. It is the first time the competition commission has targeted an entire sector, and the settlement amount — R1,46bn — is the largest it has ever administered.

2010 World Cup benefits ‘endless’

Almost three years after hosting the 2010 FIFA World Cup, South Africans continue to benefit from the tournament’s legacy projects, SASCOC President Gideon Sam said on Thursday.

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