Racial edicts in the form of the current empowerment regime have been presented as a non-negotiable by President Ramaphosa, writes Terence Corrigan.
Morning clouds. Mild.
An application by former Transnet director Seth Radebe to set aside Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan's decision to remove him, has failed.
BLSA has hit out against uncertainty over the #StateCapture commission's terms, but it and other business groupings have welcomed the appointment of the Deputy Chief Justice as the commission's head.
The two scathing judgments against President Jacob Zuma, in which he was ordered to personally pay legal costs, indicate that South Africa’s judiciary is "strong, robust and independent".
Sometimes it turned out that things the Eskom board had signed off on, were actually "something else", former director Venete Klein has told Parliament.
Minister of Finance Malusi Gigaba is concerned about what he calls the politicising of the Public Investment Corporation and is taking steps to prevent this.
The Gupta family has told the Indian lender that they’ve found another company willing to offer them banking services, claims a person familiar with the matter.
Trillian says it has proof the work it did with McKinsey for Eskom was above board, after the power utility revealed it was investigating a R495m payment to the Gupta-linked firm.
Eskom chairperson Ben Ngubane has said Eskom “is the biggest victim of unyielding innuendo and naked lies".
Ngoako Ramatlhodi has dropped a bombshell, alleging that Eskom CEO Brian Molefe and chairperson Ben Ngubane pressurised him to help the Guptas takeover Optimum.
The DA says its attorney has lodged court papers to stop the reappointment of Brian Molefe as Eskom CEO, as two parties protested outside the power utility in the morning.
A date has been set for the inquiry into the extent of state capture at Eskom, according to a statement issued by the DA.
The reinstatement of suspended Eskom executives Matshela Koko and Prish Govender "flies in the face of the rule of law", claims Business Leadership SA.
OUTA has welcomed the ruling by the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria that President Jacob Zuma must institute a commission of inquiry into state capture within 30 days,
When Matshela Koko was acting CEO of Eskom, he had a system of colour cards for "punishments and penalties", claims former Eskom director Venete Klein.
Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments has sold Tegeta Exploration and Resources to Swiss-based Charles King SA for R2.97bn, it has announced.
The high court in Pretoria has ordered a former employee and consultant of the Passenger Rail Agency of SA to pay back R8.22m to the agency.
The South African Communist Party is calling for investigations by the Hawks and pension authorities into the R30m pension pay-out to former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe.
Eskom has denied paying Gupta-linked Trillian in 2016, after a report alleged payments to the firm were used by Gupta-owned Tegeta to buy Optimum for R2.15bn.
Eskom staff in Johannesburg have sung songs of praise as Brian Molefe addressed them on his first day back as chief executive.
Trade federation Cosatu believes it was dealt a rotten hand after supporting President Jacob Zuma and his camp’s ascendancy to leadership at the ANC’s 2007 national conference in Polokwane.
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