Browsing: Trevor Manuel

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

Peter Moyo is stepping down as nonexecutive chairman of Vodacom after seven years on the telecommunications group’s board. He will retire and step down on 18 July, the date of Vodacom’s annual

A group of senior South African business leaders publicly expressed support for finance minister Pravin Gordhan as he faces fraud charges. “South Africa’s democratic transformation cannot afford to have a man of Gordhan’s

President Jacob Zuma appears increasingly vulnerable in a power struggle with his finance chief after a series of new allegations emerged about the business dealings of members of a wealthy family who are his friends and in business

The relatively trivial nature of the charges against finance minister Pravin Gordhan, and the way in which the prosecution has been pursued, leads to the conclusion that this is a trumped up charge. It also suggests that Gordhan

Former finance minister Des van Rooyen said on Wednesday he does not believe billionaire Johann Rupert influenced his redeployment a few days after his appointment as minister. An EWN reporter quoted the cooperative governance minister on Twitter

The State IT Agency (Sita), the government body meant to co-ordinate government’s IT spending, is “dysfunctional”. This is hurting both government departments and the companies that supply technology services to government. This is the view of Gijima

While there is and likely will always be fundamental disputes amongst economists and policymakers about the best models and policies for economic growth, there is now wide consensus on one thing: increased Internet and broadband access causes increased rates of economic growth

Minister in the presidency and National Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel has warned that South Africa is falling behind in information technology and has issued a challenge to the industry to turn the situation around. Manuel was speaking at the State IT Agency’s