The actors enabling Zuma and the Guptas are trying to divert attention from their own sins to whatever mud they throw at Ramaphosa, writes Adriaan Basson.
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Following the recent resignations of Vuyani Jarana and Phakamani Hadebe, President Cyril Ramaphosa has met with chief executives of the country’s state-owned companies to where the hurdles they face in carrying out their mandate.
Since independence many failing African SOEs have been bailed out by governments without introducing non-patronage-based competent management with devastating effects, writes William Gumede.
Deputy finance minister urges reform of parastatals and signing of Fica bill to avoid downgrade.
Barring politics and the desire to control power, there is no rational reason why the appointment of CEOs of state-owned companies should rest with Cabinet and the president, writes Matodzi Ratshimbilani.
Ingrid Tufvesson, an academic, transformation consultant, and the romantic partner of Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown, was the director of a company that received a lucrative oil contract.
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