Lynne Brown: The interim arrangements represents new dawn at Eskom
Brown says several allegations against the utility and executives are still being investigated but the company is doing better than it has in the past.
Lynne Brown carries out several investigations into Eskom alleged corruption
She has announced the appointment of four new board members and the reappointment of acting chair Zethembe Khoza.
Brown explains why she appointed 4 new Eskom board members
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown says while she indicated that it may be best to rotate the board she’s also had to ensure continuity.
Brown: I wanted to ensure Eskom's new acting CEO wasn't compromised in any way
On Thursday the Eskom board announced that Johnny Dladla, who's been at the utility for 22 years, has been appointed to the position.
Brown appoints 4 new Eskom board members
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown says the interim board will focus on contract management, coal procurement and other matters.
Minister Brown expected to address media over Eskom issues
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown will also have an opportunity to salvage her integrity and Eskom’s reputation if she appoints a strong board that can attend to many of the utility’s problems.
Ford owners asked to contact dealerships following Figo, Ikon recall
Ford says there will be no charge but warns the process could take a few days due to service scheduling requirements.
Brown orders Eskom to finalise appointment of permanent CEO
The board announced that Johnny Dladla who has been at Eskom for 22 years has been appointed as the acting CEO.
Mbalula, Malema in Twar over ConCourt's secret ballot ruling
Fikile Mbalula said the ANC will defeat any motion, while Julius Malema responded that 'this' minister didn't read the judgment.
Eskom appoints Johnny Dladla as acting CEO
Eskom board believe that Dladla’s experience and expertise will stabilise the parastatal the short-term.
Makwetu calls for serious consequences for audit transgressions
Auditor General Kimi Makwetu says that MPs need to decide whether or not his office can further be empowered.
GP municipalities obtain unqualified audit opinions on financial statements
Only one municipality, Midvaal, obtained a clean audit compared to four in the previous financial year.
[ALERT] AG: Irregular municipal expenditure jumps by over 50%
Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu reports limited improvements in audit results of SA's municipalities.
Eskom awaiting Minister Brown's decision on CEO
Eskom says it has submitted two names to Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown to consider for the position of acting CEO.
Lawyer advises Motsoeneng to keep SABC dismissal challenge private
Hlaudi Motsoeneng was found guilty of misconduct and bringing the SABC into disrepute after holding an unauthorised press conference in April.
Corruption Watch: Public Protector’s views must be respected
Corruption Watch's David Lewis says Absa should immediately make it clear whether it will abide or launch a judicial review.
Corruption Watch: Mkhwebane SARB recommendations ‘out of line’
The Public Protector says the bank's monetary policy should change and it should no longer focus on protecting the value of the currency.
High court rules against Sassa's bid to appeal deductions from beneficiaries
The court previously ruled amendments to regulations governing grants payment should not hinder deductions from beneficiary accounts.