A forensic report into the veracity of allegations of corruption and mismanagement at TransNamib by the public enterprise’s minister at the cash-strapped national rail entity has been concluded. Nampa reports that audit firm Ernst & Young was tasked to execute the task by Public Enterprises Minister Leon Jooste in August last year. After Jooste’s contribution, the forensic report will head to the national anti-graft body. Superior among the countless allegations against TransNamib is that the company has a bloated management structure consisting of nine executives who each take home no less than N$ 100 000 in monthly salaries, a vehicle allowance of N$ 15 000, and N$ 6 000 in fuel allowance.
- American beats Russian to lead UN telecoms agency
- World Heart Day 2022: Experts identify significant gaps in awareness, diagnosis and prevention of heart failure in the Middle East and Africa
- More Ugandan troops killed in helicopter crash
- Bank of England intervenes in bond market
- Dangerous pattern of abuse in Lesotho