Sexwale warns SA is experiencing ‘state handover’
Tokyo Sexwale says he's extremely worried about Trillian’s conduct with regards to Eskom and the Guptas.
Sexwale escalates Trillian probe to judicial inquiry
Tokyo Sexwale says he's taken recent allegations against the company, which is linked to the Guptas, seriously.
Load shredding: DA wants probe into Eskom document destruction claims
The DA wants Minister Lynne Brown to investigate claims that key documents around Brian Molefe’s employment are being destroyed.
DA: Eskom destroying key documents related to Molefe
The DA has released a statement on its website saying this must be investigated to prevent any further documents from being destroyed.
[TIMELINE] How the Guptas got Optimum
EWN helps you understand how the Guptas, through their company Tegeta, got their hands on Optimum coal mine, which supplies Eskom.
Dagada: City of Joburg's billing has hit crisis levels
Johannesburg’s Finance MMC Rabelani Dagada says the billing crisis comes as a result of many changes that were brought into the revenue value chain which were not managed well.
Joburg Finance MMC prioritises development of road network
Rabelani Dagada says the administration has developed a comprehensive approach to maintaining, developing and expanding the city’s road network.
Eskom: ‘Questions are aplenty, answers are all over the show’
Eskom failed at convincing Parliament’s public enterprises committee on the reinstatement of Brian Molefe as Eskom CEO, with the ANC equating their response 'perjury'.
City of Joburg aims to improve revenue collection
Finance MMC Dagada says the previous administration had an opportunity to increase revenue collection by R5.3 billion per year.
#JoburgBudget2017 ‘aimed at speeding up service delivery’
Johannesburg’s Finance MMC Rabelani Dagada says the city’s budget allocations are aimed at improving infrastructure.
Rabelani Dagada: #JoburgBudget17 aimed at assisting the poor
Johannesburg’s Finance MMC Rabelani Dagada has delivered the first budget speech under a coalition government.
City of Joburg's first coalition govt expected to deliver budget
This is the first budget in the city's history that will be tabled by a coalition government.
Minister Brown, Eskom execs to face MPs over Molefe reappointment
The Eskom board decided to offer Molefe his job back due to a dispute over his R30 million pension payout, which Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown was unhappy about.
EFF: GM exit should see SA build own automotive industry
The Economic Freedom Fighters' Mbuyiseni Ndlozi says South Africa cannot rely on foreign investments.
SACC: We want citizens to be heard on state capture
Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana says people who are not members of the ANC have valid information to share.
GM's SA exit raises concerns over job losses in sector
Metalworkers union Numsa says no details have yet been divulged about the fate of the employees.
Brown mum on claims she misled Parly on Eskom dealings with Trillian
Public Enterprise Minister Lynne Brown was summoned to Luthuli House to explain why Brian Molefe was reinstated but hasn't spoken publicly about what action she will take.
Eskom refutes claims of payments to Gupta-linked company
Amabhungane has confirmed that the company received millions from the power utility last year, without any formal contracts being in place.