Suspended Eskom Group Executive Matshela Koko will on Thursday testify in his own defence when his disciplinary hearing continues in Johannesburg.
Rating agency Moody's has downgraded Eskom earlier on Wednesday citing the power utility's financial and liquidity woes and poor governance.
South African Airways’ losses for the current year are expected to reach R4 billion, the state-owned carrier’s chief financial officer told Parliament on Wednesday.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Wednesday the United Kingdom is ready to help stabilise Zimbabwe's economy, but want to do so in context of democratic progress.
The North West government is hosting its annual Villages Township and Small Dorpies (VTSD) Economic Forum on Wednesday at the Mmabatho Convention Centre
Power utility Eskom has dismissed reports suggesting that the disciplinary hearing into the company's suspended group executive Matshela Koko has collapsed.
The financial-service-provider arm of Ithala is busy re-engineering the state owned company so that they will meet Reserve Bank criteria to be granted a full banking licence.
President Jacob Zuma has arrived in Ivory Coast for the 5th AU-EU summit, which starts in that country's commercial capital Abidjan on Wednesday morning.
Parliament's standing committee on finance has criticised South African Revenue Service Commissioner Tom Moyane for allowing senior official Jonas Makwakwa to return to work, Committee chairperson Yunus Carrim told Moyane that there was a strong perception that Makwakwa is being protected.
Trade union Solidarity's court application relating to former ESKOM CEO Brian Molefe's 30 million rand pension pay-out is expected to be heard in the Pretoria High Court this Tuesday.
The Insurance Bill that was passed in the National Assembly with more than 200 votes generated heated debate in the House.
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Members of Parliament (MPs) from across the political divide on Tuesday called for a probe into allegations of state capture at South African state-owned freight and logistics company, Transnet.
Members and supporters of the Democratic Alliance in Mpumalanga are concerned about the Mbombela municipality's failure to settle Eskom's electricity bill.
The Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) on Tuesday said that South Africa cannot afford nuclear electricity, adding that the country should rather focus on achieving economic and political stability. Standards and Poor ratings agency last week downgraded the country’s local-currency debt score to junk status or sub-investment grade. Moody’s Investor Services also placed […]
South African Revenue Services Commissioner Tom Moyane has denied that SARS is withholding tax refunds to boost tax collection figures.
Finance minister Malusi Gigaba has questioned measures used by some rating agencies to determine South Africa credit rating.
Communications Minister Mamaloko Kubayi-Ngubane says that her department will seat back as MultiChoice and television channel ANN7 are implicated in corruption allegations.
The Western Cape Local Government Department says all municipalities in the province have fully paid their outstanding water debts.
Aviation expert and Managing Director of Plane talking Linden Burns says that Airlink exists as a carrier that provides full service to people who need to travel between the bigger economic hubs while FlySafair is only competing on the low cost sector against Mango and Kulula.
The Department of Water and Sanitation has commenced with the issuing of notices to at least thirty defaulting municipalities, notifying them of its decision to terminate bulk water supply.
The South African Revenue Services (SARS) says reports alleging that there has been impropriety on the part of Commissioner Tom Moyane in dealing with the disciplinary investigation into Chief Officer of Business and Individual Taxes, Jonas Makwakwa are incorrect.
The inquiry into the mismanagement of funds and allegations of state capture at Eskom will not sit this week.
Parliament announced on Monday that the inquiry into the mismanagement of funds at state power utility Eskom will not sit this week, but would resume the following week.
A summit aimed at discussing possible solutions to address the increasing rate of unemployment in South Africa kicked off in Johannesburg on Monday.
A think tank of South African entrepreneurs has come together at the UKZN's Graduate School of Business in Durban, to unpack the challenges facing South Africa achieving inclusive economic growth.
President Jacob Zuma called for concrete measures to boost growth after S&P Global Ratings downgraded the local currency debt to sub-investment grade, while foreign currency debt was pushed deeper into "junk" territory.
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) prevented R2.7 billion in fraudulent claims in the Personal Income Tax environment during the 2017 tax season.
Credit ratings agency S&P Global downgraded South Africa's rating to full junk status on Friday, while Moody's has placed the country on review for downgrade.
Parliament's Committee on Public Enterprises says those being subpoenaed to appear before the inquiry into state capture allegations at Eskom as well as witnesses and their families should be afforded protection services.