Matshela Koko’s Eskom disciplinary hearing delayed
Eskom says the various parties will decide on a time to continue the hearing, which was due to start underway on Monday.
Minister Brown under scrutiny over Eskom tender links
Questions are now being asked about Brown following reports that two people close to her allegedly scored lucrative oil tenders from Eskom.
Court to hear case of expelled EFF councillors in December
The red berets decided to sack six of their nine councillors, accusing them of defying the party's decision to boycott the city's budget vote and instead siding with the ANC.
Expelled EFF councillors cry foul over alleged unfair treatment
The six expelled EFF councillors are expected to return to court on Friday to file a new application after their urgent one was dismissed.
Expelled EFF councilors: Give proof that we voted with ANC
The red berets decided to sack six of its nine councillors from the Mogale City Municipality, saying they defied the party's decision to boycott the budget vote and sided with the ANC.
High Court rules against former EFF councillors over expulsion
The EFF leadership decided to sack the councillors after they defied the party's decision and voted with the ANC to pass the Mogale City budget.
Eskom explains its CEO 'rotation'
The power utility says it has decided to rotate current executives in this role to 'ensure exposure'.
Eskom’s new CEO Sean Maritz has close ties to Matshela Koko
The power utility released a statement today announcing that it is replacing Johnny Dladla with Sean Maritz as acting CEO.
Eskom reshuffles top executives
Johnny Dladla has been replaced by Sean Maritz in the role of interim group chief executive.
Gigaba's spokesperson on PIC pensions: There’s nothing to fear
Malusi Gigaba's spokesperson says they want to assure pension holders that no one will be allowed to unduly influence the PIC.
Another Eskom exec facing suspension
Eskom’s head of legal Suzanne Daniels' report shows damning evidence against several people involved in ensuring Trillian was paid millions.
Eskom finally implements Bowman’s recommendations on Trillian, McKinsey
Eskom it's trying to recover the money from both firms because interim investigations show that the payments were illegal.
Eskom to recover some of the money unlawfully paid to Trillian, McKinsey
Eskom says it is obliged to seek to set aside these unlawful decisions and to have all the money unlawfully paid out returned.
Brown: I can't assure independence of new Eskom board
The Public Enterprises Minister says she’s in a process of vetting members who will be appointed to the permanent board.
Brown: Eskom’s lies an assault on democratic system of governance
Minister Lynne Brown says she was misled last year when answering a parliamentary question about payments Eskom made to Trillian.
Dlodlo: Zuma not dragging feet on SABC board appointments
The minister says the Presidency was under the impression that her department was working on issues that would help the president and that's why there's been a delay.
Brown to hold special general meeting for Eskom
Lynne Brown confirmed the meeting will start the process of appointing a permanent group CEO for the scandal-plagued parastatal.
SIU signs agreement to speed up approval of Eskom probe
The SIU says it has already completed an initial probe into corruption allegations but is now waiting on approval from the President to start a full investigation.