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Thomson Reuters launches investigation, halts work with S.African partner

Thomson Reuters launches investigation, halts work with S.African partner

GLOBAL media and services company Thomson Reuters has suspended work with a South African subcontractor following a newspaper report that focused on an alleged conflict of interest related to the awarding of a 225 million rand ($14 million) government IT contract. South African newspaper The Sunday Times reported that Thomson Reuters, having won a contract from the Office of the Chief Justice (OCJ) to supply court software, subcontracted 30% of the deal, as South African law requires, to a local company called ZA Square. ZA Square had been created just five days after Thomson Reuters won the contract, and its three directors…
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