Browsing: Lynne Brown

Eskom chairman Ben Ngubane admits in court papers that the Eskom Pension and Provident Fund (EPPF) rules do not permit the large pension payout the board tried to wangle for its CEO Brian Molefe

The Eskom board failed patently in its duties by reinstating Brian Molefe as CEO, former finance minister Trevor Manuel has argued. Addressing delegates at the Ethics Institute’s 7th Annual Conference, Manuel pulled

The ANC said the state-owned power producer’s decision to reinstate Brian Molefe as CEO is “unfortunate and reckless” because none of the graft accusations against him have been set aside. Molefe, who resigned from Eskom in

Public enterprises minister Lynne Brown has declined Eskom’s proposal to pay its former group CEO Brian Molefe a R30m pension payout. In a statement, the minister said the Eskom board’s reasoning

Eskom’s most ardent supporter of the proposed nuclear build, Matshela Koko, has been appointed as acting group CEO of Eskom. The announcement was made by public enterprises minister Lynne Brown late on Wednesday

Mark Pamensky, who is a director of a company owned by South Africa’s Gupta family that has ties with President Jacob Zuma’s son, resigned as a board member at state-owned Eskom, less than a week after the utility’s CEO quit. Recommendations will be made

Government needs to retain its ownership of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to ensure economic growth and create employment for generations to come, said public enterprises minister Lynne Brown. In her budget speech for the 2016/2017 financial