Competition Commission refers the last case arising out of its investigation of bid rigging in the construction sector to the Competition Tribunal.

The Competition Commission has reached a settlement with 15 construction firms, who have agreed to pay fines to the tune of R1.46 billion for collusive tendering.

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The Competition Tribunal has confirmed the settlement agreement between the Competition Commission and Aveng after one of its subsidiaries was found guilty of cartel activity.

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