Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown and the leaders of various State Owned Companies, are appearing before a parliamentary committee to discuss the progress made in improving governance at the SOCs.
President Cyril Ramaphosa said the government and would take further measures to ensure that all state-owned companies fulfilled their economic and developmental mandates.
The Judicial commission of inquiry into State Capture has on Monday morning resumed hearings with Khathatso Tlhakudi who is the current DDG of business enhancement services at the Department of Public Enterprises.
Standard Bank’s Ian Sinton has told the State Capture commission in Parktown, Johannesburg, that the bank became suspicious of a number of large cash deposits from Transnet into Regiments Capital’s account.
Lauren Hermanus, University of Cape Town and Catrina Godinho, University of Cape Town South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has unveiled a new plan for the country’s beleaguered state owned power utility, Eskom. During his State of the Nation Address on 7 February, Ramaphosa announced that Eskom would be unbundled into “three separate entities – generation, […]
Companies that sold fake social media activity have reached a settlement with the state of New York in a case that, for the first time, established such activity as illegal, the state’s attorney general said Wednesday.
Sputnik attacked the Fackebook for the decision it said was political and amounted to censorship of seven Facebook pages belonging to its news hubs in neighbouring countries.
Nigeria’s Senate voted on Tuesday to investigate the alleged withdrawal of $1.05 billion by Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) from Nigeria LNG (NLNG), a venture owned by the state oil firm and foreign energy companies.
Nedbank CEO Mike Brown is testifying as the State Capture Commission of Inquiry continues on Wednesday morning in Parktown, Johannesburg.
National Treasury official Jan Gilliland has told the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture that total payments made to Gupta-owned companies Infinity Media and The New Age newspaper, amounted to more than R260 million.