How state capture fuels corporate corruption

2017-12-12 09:20

Corruption is corruption, is corruption. It's no different if it takes place in the private or public sector. But where politicians are implicated, prosecutions seem to dry up, writes Wayne Duvenage.

We can shape our future

2017-12-10 06:09

Citizens have an opportunity to work together to reimagine, redesign and reorganise our country, writes Mamphela Ramphele.

Does this video show Ajay Gupta in India in July 2017?

2017-12-07 20:09

Lawyers for Ajay Gupta have denied he attended a purported meeting with a top Eskom executive where the fate of the power utility’s former CEO Brian Molefe was ostensibly discussed, saying a video shows him at a religious festival. Judge for yourself.

#EskomInquiry hits out at Singh for 'undermining' Parliament

2017-12-05 17:30

Controversial former Eskom CFO Anoj Singh has been sharply criticised by Parliament's oversight committee on public enterprises for not submitting documents to the committee on time.

#EskomInquiry: Exec insists Molefe was permanent, asked for early retirement

2017-12-05 13:27

Eskom executive support manager Anton Minnaar has told Parliament that former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe was always a permanent employee of the power utility.

The fatal flaw in Project State Capture

2017-12-05 08:29

The creation of a parallel, criminal state under Jacob Zuma progressed surprisingly far, but there was never a chance that it would be completely successful or last long, writes Max du Preez.

How we feel about state capture

2017-12-03 06:00

A new survey shows that the deep-seated rot associated with state capture does not sit well with the majority of South Africans, with 77% of the population feeling that the country is moving “in the wrong direction”.

Past corruption cannot deflect from state capture - Ramaphosa

2017-11-30 15:36

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says calls for a probe into apartheid era corruption are valid, but it should have its own process and not deflect from current state capture.

MPs trade insults during state capture debate

2017-11-28 23:08

While some ANC MPs tried to stop a debate in the National Assembly on state capture, MPs of the party who actually participated in the debate reaffirmed the ANC's commitment to stamping out corruption.

ANC calls for thorough probe of alleged Bongo bribe offer

2017-11-27 16:14

The ANC has expressed its concern over weekend media reports that a bribe was offered to Advocate Ntuthuzelo Vanara, evidence leader of Parliament’s inquiry into Eskom.


The future lies with us, the people - not the ANC

2017-12-12 07:58

If Cyril Ramaphosa does become president, we would have to apply as much pressure on him and his administration as we had piled on Jacob Zuma the last few years, writes Max du Preez.

Relaxed Ramaphosa heads for final stretch

2017-12-10 05:53

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa tells Setumo Stone he cannot be blamed for not acting sooner against the spread of state capture.

#EskomInquiry: Committee moves to subpoena Ben Martins

2017-12-06 11:23

Parliament's oversight committee on public enterprises has moved to subpoena Deputy Public Enterprises Minister Ben Martins to give evidence before the committee.

Molefe earned his R30m pension payout, inquiry told

2017-12-05 14:58

Eskom executive support manager Anton Minnaar has told Parliament that former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe earned his R30m pension payout, as he helped defeat load shedding.

As it happened - Eskom acting chair grilled, Singh censured at #EskomInquiry

2017-12-05 09:39

Eskom's acting board chair Zethembe Khoza was questioned for almost three hours, while the power utility's suspended CFO Anoj Singh was criticised for 'undermining Parliament' on the second to last day of the Eskom inquiry for 2017.

Business schools scramble to address state capture conundrum

2017-12-04 14:21

As state capture dominates headlines, universities and business schools are grappling with the ethics curricula they teach to professionals.

It's up to MultiChoice to probe corruption claims - Naspers

2017-12-01 15:45

The Naspers board says that the "baiting of Naspers to override MultiChoice" in how it responds to allegations of corruption is "not conducive to an open democracy".

Jovial Zwane calls in sick for state capture meeting

2017-11-29 10:24

A jovial and joking Mosebenzi Zwane on Tuesday evening became an ill Minister of Mineral Resources on Wednesday morning.

Zuma 'attending to' Bongo bribe claims

2017-11-28 15:58

President Jacob Zuma says he has been briefed by the speaker of the National Assembly on bribery allegations against State Security Minister Bongani Bongo, relating to the parliamentary inquiry into Eskom.

Dethroning our Numero Unos

2017-11-26 06:13

Even without resorting to murder, our Numero Unos are a serious evil doing grave damage to our wellbeing, writes Martin Prozesky.

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