Barbara is a CA(SA) with post graduate qualifications in tax and international tax. Her experience includes working for auditors, large corporates, and Sars. Economics, financial corruption and tax policy are among her interests.

SOEs demonstrate galling lack of governance

23 SOEs run up irregular expenditure of R178.5bn.

Safcol irregular expenditure ballooned to R592m in 2018

Another SOE failing in corporate governance.

The indaba between SOEs and the president

A fly on the wall …

SA’s mountain of debt looms

The new dawn is faltering.

You want me to do what?

Complex financial arrangements have to be brought into the books.

Ayo: Nitpicking through a testimony

The business is in dire need of proper corporate governance.

AEEI does an about-turn on its treatment of Ayo

Glowing interim results, but …

‘Corruption has become a culture, a normalised act’

Corruption Watch upholding democracy report indicates.

Sars must rise above its demons and acknowledge its weaknesses

Surveys of taxpayer experiences will not stop.

Harvesting low-hanging fruit will not lift Sars out of the doldrums

Internal cracks were developing before Moyane.

Iqbal Survé’s R50bn grand plan for Ayo

Share price ‘should reach R100 within three years’, he tells PIC Commission of Inquiry.

Why hasn’t Coega published its annual report?

The hapless AG seems to be taking the brunt of the blame.

Independent power producers catch a break

Rights highlighted in court action intended to hinder them.

Necsa and Auditor-General poles apart on 2018 financial report

Lack of audit evidence cause for alarm.

What does Ayo have to hide?

Companies are required to be transparent and accountable.

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