Former Denel chairman Daniel Mantsha played a critical role in helping to capture the company for the Guptas, according to the state capture commission.
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Civil society organisation Corruption Watch said it has launched an application in the high court in Pretoria to have former Eskom board members declared delinquent.
It may seem a trivial matter, but the significance of the decision by new Eskom group chief executive Phakamani Hadebe to reintroduce weekly system status bulletins cannot be overstated. On Thursday, at the launch of the first
Eskom, which generates almost all of South Africa’s electricity, is still studying the impact of a tariff increase that was about a quarter of what it requested as shrinking liquidity threatens the utility. An award by the state energy regulator
South Africa is ready to start a probe into contracts of state-owned power utility Eskom, which provided false information about dealings with Trillian Capital Partners and McKinsey & Co, public enterprises minister Lynne Brown
Public enterprises minister Lynne Brown has instructed Eskom to begin legal action against companies including McKinsey & Co over their involvement in disputed contracts at the state-owned electricity
Eskom recently repeated that it will not conclude supply contracts with the developers of new renewable energy power stations. These developers were selected under a programme to facilitate private sector involvement in the
Eskom chairman Ben Ngubane has resigned amid management turmoil and probes into its financial dealings, weeks after its CEO was removed. “Ngubane formally tendered his resignation, which I accepted
The Eskom board must rescind the reappointment of Brian Molefe as CEO of the state-owned electricity utility, public enterprises minister Lynne Brown said in Cape Town on Wednesday. The order by the minister comes days after
South Africa has, in the past, been credited with taking on innovative corporate governance standards and integrated reporting. So, it’s particularly depressing to see the spectacle around the country’s largest state-owned enterprise, power utility Eskom