More fireworks were expected at the inquiry into state capture when former Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan was expected to testify on Wednesday. She was due to shed light on what happened before she was axed by former president Jacob Zuma in 2010. However, Hogan’s testimony was postponed.
By David Everatt, University of the Witwatersrand South Africa’s once-lauded, lately beleaguered Finance Minister, Nhlanhla Nene, has had his resignation accepted by President Cyril Ramaphosa. His successor, Tito Mboweni, becomes the country’s sixth finance minister in four years. The President is desperately trying to dig South Africa out of an unholy mess created by his predecessor […]