There are hundreds if not thousands of public servants who are facing disciplinary action - they did not benefit directly, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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Trade union Solidarity has said it will use the monies it received following legal battles with Brian Molefe and Hlaudi Motsoeneng to fund future cases that challenge tax abuse.
Three safety deposit boxes containing Kruger rands and different currencies belonging to an alleged Gupta 'fixer' have been seized by the commission of inquiry into state capture, a Sunday report says.
The Eskom Pension and Provident Fund is expecting more than R10m to enter its account by close of business on Thursday from former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe.
Trade union Solidarity and lobby group AfriForum have asked Advocate Gerrie Nel to kick off the process to privately prosecute the former head of the power utility.
The Constitutional Court has dismissed former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe's leave to appeal against the high court decision which ruled that he must pay back part of the R30m pension he received from the power utility.
Why did Brian Molefe's friend and former colleague at the PIC sell him a house at a steal and how is this connected to the sale of the Sunday Times and its sister publications, asks Adriaan Basson.
Negotiators at Transnet appear to have done little to try and reduce ballooning costs for the relocation of assembly points for locomotives.
The judicial commission of inquiry into state capture has heard evidence based on internal Transnet emails about the awarding of tenders for the construction of electric locomotives in late December 2011.
Judge Raymond Zondo expressed surprise when he heard that top executives at state-owned freight rail company Transnet could choose to keep tenders secret up until they were awarded.
Transnet Board chairperson Popo Molefe names Former CEOs Brian Molefe, Siyabonga Gama and former chief financial officer Anoj Singh as the architects of the capture at the state enterprise.
Solidarity's legal team has sent yet another urgent instruction to the sheriff to proceed with the seizure of former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe's property to pay outstanding legal costs of approximately R200 000 owed to the union in terms of a court order.
The Eskom Pension and Provident Fund has confirmed that it received no payment from former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe for the more than R10m he was paid by the fund.
The Eskom Pension and Provident Fund has told Fin24 that it directed its attorneys to act in line with the ruling of the North Gauteng High Court, confirming that Molefe has less than a week to pay up.
The power utility's former head last week lost a Constitutional Court appeal over a multi million-rand pension payout.
Eskom has begun a search for a new Group CEO to replace Phakamani Hadebe, who quit his job in May.
Many of the CEOs left the state-owned enterprises under a cloud.
Transnet's former CEO did not seek required approval from the minister of public enterprises when the price for the acquisition of 1 064 locomotives was hiked by billions of rands, the state capture inquiry has heard.
The state capture commission on Wednesday heard that the cost estimates for 359 out of 1064 locomotives contracted to China South Rail by Transnet were excessive and without justifiable reasons.
Transnet is in the process of recovering billions lost by its directors and companies which benefited from irregularly awarded contracts, Chairperson Popo Molefe said.
Transnet board chair Popo Molefe says that the capture of state enterprises was a strategic operation in which key decision makers were targeted in an effort to benefit the interests of a few.
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