Eskom pension and provident fund’s rules under spotlight in Parliament
On Friday, the fund’s CEO Sibusiso Luthuli was quizzed by the Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises about why Molefe secured a R30 million payout.
Zukiswa Rantho suprised by Public Enterprises Committee reshuffle
As acting chair, Rantho led the committee to secure resources and an experienced evidence leader for the probe.
MPs told Hawks probing Brian Molefe's pension payout
Eskom waived penalties and secured additional benefits amounting to 13 years of service totalling R30 million.
Brian Molefe should never have been member of Eskom pension fund
Molefe’s departure from the utility after 16 months on the job has been shrouded in confusion and controversy.
MPs probing Eskom state capture undeterred by BLF’s court threat
The Black First Land First movement is accusing the Public Enterprises Portfolio Committee of initiating a one-sided witch-hunt against the Guptas.
Brian Molefe’s alleged R30m Eskom payout under spotlight in Parly
Molefe’s departure from the parastatal is shrouded in confusion and controversy. Rules were allegedly flouted to secure his sizeable pension.
Ramaphosa: SARS ‘rogue unit’ report grossly unfair to Gordhan
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has made it clear that there will be no retrospective review of work done for the government by the embattled audit firm, KPMG.
'I’m not captured & have never been captured by anyone'
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa was put on the spot in Parliament on Thursday by an EFF MP who asked whether he was part of the state capture machinery.
Court curbs Mmamoloko Kubayi's powers at SABC
The newly-appointed SABC board will be better protected from ministerial interference thanks to a ground-breaking court judgment.
Parly committee hears of kickbacks, procurement irregularities at Eskom
Former Eskom employee Ted Blom sketched broad details about corruption at the parastatal, claiming there are up to a thousand cases, many of them unreported.
‘Eskom had good governance before 2011 board overhaul’
Former Eskom CEO Brian Dames gave evidence in a parliamentary inquiry into allegations of grand corruption at Eskom.
Former Eskom CEO: I can't recall which Gupta brother I met
Brian Dames, who served as head of the power utility between 2010 and 2014, was called to give evidence in a parliamentary inquiry into state capture.
Former Eskom CEO Dames reveals meeting with Gupta family
Former Eskom CEO Brian Dames says that MPs should have been concerned when experienced executives started leaving the utility.
Eskom probe: MPs to call 'critical witness'
The inquiry follows revelations in leaked emails of influence peddling by the Gupta family to score lucrative state contracts.
Eskom inquiry: Death threats made against whistle-blowers, MPs told
Lawmakers probing state capture at Eskom have been told that whistle-blowers have received death threats if they go public with information.
'SOEs inquiry the most important in SA’s parliamentary history’
The Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises has kicked off its inquiry into Eskom, with Professor Anton Eberhard giving the first presentation.
State capture at Eskom: MPs urged to seek answers
The Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises kicked off its inquiry into the power utility on Tuesday.
Parly committee kicks off state capture probe
Parliament’s Public Enterprises portfolio committee will focus on Eskom before turning the spotlight on Transnet and Denel.