#GuptaLeaks: Contract to pay McKinsey and Trillian R1.6bn ‘invalid’

2017-10-04 08:45

How Eskom's flawed contract – cancelled after queries from National Treasury – was nevertheless used to justify a massive settlement for McKinsey and its de facto empowerment partner, Trillian.

EDITORIAL: Minister, are you aware of what's going on?

2017-09-03 06:02

In April, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown rejected a R30m pension payout to Eskom’s former CEO, Brian Molefe, because there was no justification for it.

State of the Nuclear: Energy minister reveals the way forward

2017-08-10 06:01

Energy Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi gives an update on the state of the proposed nuclear new-build programme in South Africa.

Don't pressure Hawks, NPA for state capture arrests - Hawks

2017-07-31 15:57

The assistance that a team of senior NPA prosecutors is providing to the Hawks in their investigation into state capture, "is working very well", the Hawks say.

R1.3m tax discount for Molefe, SCORPIO claims

2017-07-26 15:51

Investigation unit SCORPIO claims to have evidence that former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe had received a "tax discount" of R1.3m, apart from his R30m Eskom pension.

Public Protector to probe Molefe's R30m pension payout

2017-07-24 13:54

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has agreed to investigate the decision that led to a R30m golden handshake for former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe.

Eskom ‘bought’ coal mine for the Guptas

2017-07-23 06:04

Investment company Pembani would have bought Optimum coal mine, but the acquisition was allegedly blocked by former Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe.

Brian Molefe the biggest winner of Eskom's bonus bill

2017-07-19 18:06

Cash-strapped Eskom’s bonus bill to staff members jumped from R2.1bn in 2016 to R4.2bn in 2017, with the highest windfall going to former CEO Brian Molefe.

Dubai the Beloved Country: how the Guptas broke South Africa

2017-07-04 08:41

The Guptas can take much of the credit for ripping the oldest liberation movement on the continent apart, devastating our democracy, our freedom, our economy and our political culture, writes Max du Preez.

OUTA outlines how Eskom was 'captured'

2017-06-28 16:50

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse claims to show in documents presented to parliamentary representatives how Eskom has been captured.


#GuptaLeaks: A third Gupta-Transnet ‘kickback’ contract unearthed

2017-09-18 06:00

Transnet bought seven of the world's most expensive port cranes because a Chinese state-owned firm inflated the price to pay off the Guptas, a kickback contract shows.

Controversial ANC leader goes to Parliament

2017-08-20 06:02

A controversial former mayor of Rustenburg who was once convicted of killing a political opponent is the latest MP that the North West ANC is sending to Parliament, sparking uproar.

BLF borrows Brian Molefe's son's Audi

2017-08-03 19:38

A red Audi, bought by former Eskom boss Brian Molefe for his son, was used by Black First Land First supporters while in Cape Town.

Treasury report into Tegeta urges: Probe Gupta allies

2017-07-30 05:54

State is making a strong case for Eskom’s former bosses to be investigated, finally giving weight to the #GuptaLeaks.

Eskom inquiry to kick off with explosive reports

2017-07-25 06:01

Parliament is starting its inquiry into Eskom with a briefing from two civil society groups, which did their own investigations into state capture allegations.

‘Break up wasteful Eskom’

2017-07-23 06:20

Embattled power utility Eskom should be broken up and unbundled as it is wasting money.

The tide is turning

2017-07-22 23:45

For those among us who are depressed and bleak about the state of the country, take heart, writes Mondli Makhanya.

SACP wants Molefe's R30m investigated

2017-07-18 17:52

The South African Communist Party is calling for investigations by the Hawks and pension authorities into the R30m pension pay-out to former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe.

Brian Molefe asks for arbitration

2017-06-29 15:58

Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe still has every intention to regain his spot at the power utility and says he will agree to arbitration.

Molefe’s Labour Court bid linked to High Court review of reappointment, court hears

2017-06-27 22:27

The Labour Court heard that its decision on whether or not former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe’s dismissal was unlawful would have a direct impact on a separate High Court bid which seeks to have his reappointment reviewed.

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