Proposals to reorganise the R454-billion owed by Eskom are days away from completion, according to an official who’s overseen their formulation.
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The financial woes dogging South Africa’s behemoth state power utility show little sign of letting up even as the government grants it massive bailouts.
South Africa has been promising for months to fix Eskom. While little tangible progress has been evident so far, several key decisions are due to be taken this month.
South Africa’s biggest business lobby criticised the government’s handling of the crisis at power utility Eskom and said it was unrealistic in its approach to the country’s growing debt burden.
Setumo Mohapi, the former CEO of Sentech, has taken the reins at the State IT Agency after all. He began his duties at the government’s central IT procurement agency on Wednesday, TechCentral has established. Last month, cabinet announced that Mohapi
In a statement released on Friday, Sentech said Setumo Mohapi is still CEO of Sentech and remains “dedicated to his current position”. The statement was in response a cabinet statement, issued in Thursday, which said that Mohapi at been appointed as the new CEO of the
Sentech CEO Setumo Mohapi has been appointed as CEO of the State IT Agency (Sita), according to a cabinet statement released on Thursday. However, in a bizarre twist, Mohapi has denied this in an SMS sent to TechCentral. Cabinet spokesman Phumla Williams
Freeman Nomvalo, the CEO of the State IT Agency (Sita), has promised that a turnaround strategy he is leading will transform the organisation for the better, but it could take as many as four years for the project to be completed fully. He told journalists
The State IT Agency (Sita) has defended its decision to award former provincial top cop Mzwandile Petros’s company a R10m deal to recover three stolen laptops, the Sunday Times reported. “The minister [then Lindiwe Sisulu], the chairperson and I took a decision to appoint the company, even though it wasn’t