Gauteng provincial government institutes proceedings in the high court to review the near-doubling of a multimillion rand award against it in respect of the Gautrain.

Construction firm Murray & Roberts is slapped with another multimillion-rand fine for involvement in collusive tendering in the buildup to the 2010 Fifa World Cup.

Move to bring civil claims against construction firms which last year paid a collective R1.46bn fine for bid-rigging and collusion is gaining momentum.

Friday, 02 August 2013 17:45

Construction collusion: questions remain

The competition tribunal may have confirmed the R1,46bn in penalties for 15 construction firms which admitted collusive tendering, but serious questions remain.

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