Faced with fake news and collapse of editorial integrity at Independent Media, the last thing media needs are scandals, writes Adriaan Basson.
A righteous rage is fully justified, says Bruce Whitfield.
While there are many hard lessons to be learned from state capture, we must learn the right ones, says Peter Volmink.
Departments responsible for state-owned entities must strengthen their oversight, Auditor General Kimi Makwetu said as he announced regressing audit outcomes.
As we begin a new state-building exercise, SOEs should be central to our developmental and economic agenda writes Sizwe Mbhele.
The state owned company has suffered various setbacks including a R1.4bn loss in the 2016-17 financial year and the resignation of board members in the midst of its financial bedlam.
The new public enterprises minister has a massive task ahead of him: Turning money pits such as Eskom and Denel around. Those in the know believe that replacing executives and board members won't do the trick.
Wesgro generated at least R17.5bn for the Western Cape economy and created 6 625 direct and temporary jobs during the 2016/17 financial year.
National Treasury director general Lungisa Fuzile says government's biggest guarantee is to Eskom, which could have been higher if the power utility's build programme progressed faster.
The track record of major rating agencies may warrant a healthy level of scepticism but their job is not an easy one, says Dr Stephen Labson.
The desire by inefficient state enterprises to preserve jobs by making losses is in fact robbing thousands more of opportunities that we have not yet even considered.
Additional support for State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) will be provided by selling non-core assets, the 2019 budget, released on Wednesday, reads.
Transnet is continuing with its disciplinary action against former Group Treasurer Phetolo Ramosebudi despite his resignation.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has confirmed Denel's new board, which includes three new appointments.
From former civil rights activists to experienced directors and even defence force veterans, Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan dipped into a well of diverse experiences to put together a new interim Denel board.
How will the new minister of public enterprises, Pravin Gordhan, get the likes of Eskom and Denel back on track? Winslyn considers a few solutions proposed by the experts. (Afrikaans content.)
Cyril Ramaphosa recently appointed a promising new Eskom board. What can the board members do to turn the power utility around? The way parastatals operate also needs to be interrogated.
Eskom’s decision to reinstate Brian Molefe as chief executive office is “unfortunate and reckless” and tone deaf to the public's anger at perceived state corruption, says the ANC.
The direction and policies of National Treasury haven’t changed since the appointment of new Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba, says outgoing director general Lungisa Fuzile.
Many of South Africa’s state-owned enterprises are still being poorly managed, said Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan in his 2017 Budget Review.
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