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Independent auditor and director of Ngubane and Company, Sicelo Vilakati, wrote in his audit report that Alexkor's financial conditions indicated “material uncertainties” which cast doubt on its ability to continue as a going concern.
Chinese investors are concerned about the lengthy lead time it takes South Africa to conclude investment deals and turn around projects, according to a top official in the National Planning Commission.
The public will remain in the dark about any financial settlement reached with former Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona until its next 2015/2016 financial report in 2016.
SAA is set to oppose suspended CEO Monwabisi Kalawe's bid to get the Labour Court to halt his disciplinary hearing, says spokesperson Tlali Tlali.
Eskom board chairperson Zola Tsotsi has resigned and Ben Ngubane has been appointed acting chairperson with immediate effect.
President Jacob Zuma himself backed a plan to set up an inquiry to investigate “rot” at Eskom, claims chairperson Zola Tsotsi.
The Labour Court in Johannesburg is expected to deliver judgment in the challenge by Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona to have his suspension reversed.
The presidency says it would not entertain rumours and gossip about Eskom, during a day of stage 2 load shedding and Tshediso Matona's attempt to be reinstated as CEO.
Eskom’s cash flow is not strong enough to renew contracts with independent power producers who has fed almost 800 megawatts into the national grid.
Suspended Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona has approached the CCMA over his "unfair suspension" which occurred when the board decided to implement an inquiry into Eskom.
Alexkor interim chairperson Tshediso Matona has said the board will be the first to act if there is any wrongdoing discovered at the state-owned enterprise.
Cabinet has announced the appointment of former Eskom chief executive Tshediso Matona as secretary for national planning in the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation.
Acting Eskom boss Brian Molefe will be keenly watched as he tries to strengthen internal controls relating to procurement and auditing contracts.
Eskom needs to sort out its management issues and put people in charge that will ensure the country has reliable power supply, Fedusa says.
The chairperson of Eskom says he faces a vote of confidence by the utility's board, after being accused of acting improperly by suspending the chief executive.
Labour Court Judge Benita Witcher has struck the application of Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona to have his suspension lifted off the roll.
Powerful economic and financial factions in government and the private sector are fighting to wrestle energy control by privatising Eskom, according to Numsa.
Tshediso Matona, the CEO of embattled power utility Eskom, believes his suspension was unfair and unlawful and has asked the labour court to set it aside.
Suspended Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona will know by tomorrow if he will get an interdict against his suspension, as judgment has been reserved.
Eskom board chairperson Zola Tsotsi has not been removed, the power utility says, despite reports that he faces a vote of no confidence from fellow board members.
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