ARTICLES RELATING TO STATE CAPTURE REPORT

Anoj Singh should lose licence, go to jail - OUTA

2018-01-23 14:15

Former Eskom CFO Anoj Singh's resignation should not allow him to avoid being held to account for issues of corporate governance at Eskom, demands OUTA.

#StateCapture judgment: 13 blows dealt to Zuma, quote by quote

2017-12-13 17:07

President Jacob Zuma has been lambasted in a judgment, handed down by Judge President Dunstan Mlambo, for abusing the judicial process. Here are 13 quotes from the ruling that dealt a blow to the president.

Maimane advises Zuma to ask the Guptas for a loan to pay legal costs

2017-12-13 13:14

President Jacob Zuma might have to fork out as much as R1.5m in legal fees for delaying the release of the state capture report, says DA leader Mmusi Maimane.

Zuma's integrity under spotlight at state capture review application

2017-10-24 22:22

President Jacob Zuma's integrity has taken centre stage at the court hearing of his application to review the remedial action contained in former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's State of Capture.

Gigaba should give KPMG work to black auditors - PPF

2017-09-27 08:21

Minister of Finance Malusi Gigaba should allocate all government work being done by KPMG to black-owned SMEs, says the Progressive Professionals Forum.

Eskom inquiry to kick off with explosive reports

2017-07-25 06:01

Parliament is starting its inquiry into Eskom with a briefing from two civil society groups, which did their own investigations into state capture allegations.

OUTA outlines how Eskom was 'captured'

2017-06-28 16:50

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse claims to show in documents presented to parliamentary representatives how Eskom has been captured.

Molefe was just on unpaid leave from Eskom - affidavits

2017-05-22 19:45

While he was an MP in Parliament, Brian Molefe was only considered to be on "unpaid leave" from his position as CEO of Eskom, reports the Mail & Guardian.

Legal expert explains Molefe's moves

2017-05-12 13:33

After the surprising news that Brian Molefe is heading back to Eskom as CEO, Fin24 asked a labour law expert for context.

Gupta-linked Tegeta settles Eskom fine in arbitration

2017-04-10 17:52

Tegeta Exploration & Resources, a company part-owned by the wealthy Gupta family, has reached an arbitrated settlement over a fine levied on its Optimum coal mine by power utility Eskom.

 

Did Zuma flout the Constitution with his state capture announcement?

2018-01-10 14:12

Why did President Zuma announce a state capture commission of inquiry but didn't withdraw his appeal against the court judgment ordering him to do so? Prof Pierre de Vos sheds light.

10 hilarious tweets on the #StateCapture judgment

2017-12-13 15:06

Twitter users are having a field day poking fun at President Jacob Zuma following a scathing court ruling relating to former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's state capture report.

No guarantee of survival after company scandal - expert

2017-11-10 15:14

There is no guarantee that the various ways companies usually try to mitigate the impact of a scandal will enable it to survive, explains an ethics expert.

Public Protector does not have powers to dictate to Zuma, court hears

2017-10-24 15:52

President Jacob Zuma's legal team has argued that former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela had no authority to call for a commission of inquiry into her State of Capture report.

Unclear whether 72 'Gupta transactions' are being investigated

2017-08-23 21:00

There has been no indication yet whether 72 suspicious transactions worth R6.8bn with which the Gupta family is connected, will be investigated further.

Brian Molefe asks for arbitration

2017-06-29 15:58

Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe still has every intention to regain his spot at the power utility and says he will agree to arbitration.

Eskom inquiries could keep out-of-job Ngubane busy

2017-06-14 23:33

Outgoing Eskom chairperson Ben Ngubane might find his new free time is cut short, if he truly intends being a “part of the team that will answer to everything”.

Zwane on Ramatlhodi's Gupta claims: Revolutionaries can't be 'pressured'

2017-05-16 17:42

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane says revolutionaries such as himself and his predecessor Ngoako Ramatlhodi cannot be “pressured” into doing something against their will.

Sexwale investigation into Trillian Gupta-Nenegate claims hits dead end

2017-04-14 15:59

An investigation by Tokyo Sexwale, non-executive chair of Trillian, into state capture claims is at risk of fizzling out due to no information being provided.

Madonsela calls on Zuma to withdraw 'state capture' report court challenge

2017-04-06 10:18

Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has called on President Jacob Zuma to withdraw his court application to review and set aside the recommendations in the State of Capture report.

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