Shareholders tell Steinhoff to go ahead with restructuring plans
The AGM, the first since the scandal broke just over four months ago, took place in Amsterdam in the Netherlands and was live-streamed to Cape Town.
Deloitte to continue as Steinhoff’s external auditors
A massive forensic investigation by PwC has uncovered a pattern of transactions that led to the material overstatement of income and asset values of the group.
PwC probe into Steinhoff found pattern of overstatement of income, asset values
The embattled global retailer’s annual general meeting is underway in Amsterdam in the Netherlands, with proceedings being live-streamed to the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
Heather Sonn: Steinhoff's key priority to maintain stability
Heather Sonn is addressing the global retailer’s AGM in Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. The proceedings are being live-streamed to the Cape Town international Convention Centre.
Embattled Steinhoff to face investors at AGM
Steinhoff investors will want to know what went wrong and how much was known before Markus Jooste’s resignation triggered the spectacular collapse in its share price in 2017.
Home Affairs' legal bill in battle against Fireblade Aviation nears R1m
Minister Malusi Gigaba now wants the Constitutional Court to review the court ruling that gave the green light to Fireblade Aviation to operate at OR Tambo.
Masutha: I have no power to review decision to fund Zuma’s legal bills
Justice Minister Michael Masutha faced more questions about the decision to pay Jacob Zuma’s legal fees from Parliament’s Justice Committee on Wednesday.
Makwetla: There's evidence officials aided inmates in prison escapes
Deputy Justice minister Thabang Makwetla told Parliament’s justice committee that a 'human factor' has played a greater role in the recent escapes than his department’s stretched resources.
Tight-lipped Arthur Fraser makes first Parly appearance in new post
Fraser was abruptly removed as head of the State Security Agency in the midst of a legal stand-off between him and the Inspector General of Intelligence. He is now national Correctional Services commissioner.
'Failure to follow protocols, lack of funds played role in prison breakouts'
Speaking to Parliament’s justice committee ahead of his department’s budget briefing, Justice Minister Michael Masutha also blamed the shortage of funds and the impact that this has had on staffing.
Concerns raised over SSA’s involvement in Mkhwebane’s office operations
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has revealed that her security manager is currently being trained by the State Security Agency in the classification of information.
Mkhwebane to probe Magashule, Zwane's roles in Estina dairy farm saga
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says she will now launch a probe into Ace Magashule and Mosebenzi Zwane in relation to the Vrede dairy farm scandal.
Mkhwebane addresses ‘serious concerns’ flagged by MPs
MPs across all parties are questioning Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s integrity, leadership and legal knowledge.
Shivambu referred to Parly ethics watchdog over journo assault
Netwerk24 journalist Adrian de Kock was manhandled by MP Floyd Shivambu and an EFF staff member in March in the parliamentary precinct.
DA calls for suspension of spy boss Arthur Fraser
The call follows the inspector general of Intelligence accusing Fraser of interfering with his ability to carry out his duties.
Denel: Interim board gives staff, management new hope
Denel management and staff say the appointment of an interim board marks a new beginning for the cash-strapped state-owned arms maker.
Denel staff, management welcome new interim board
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan named the new directors on Monday, saying it was the first step towards restoring good governance at the ailing state-owned arms maker.
Steinhoff accused of ‘malicious compliance’ over Jooste complaint
Steinhoff’s attorney Robert Driman of Werksmans denied the accusation, saying there was no 'open and shut case' to hand over.