NPA, Hawks covered up for the wrong people, Treasury’s Momoniat tells MPs
Treasury deputy director-general Ismail Momoniat says the government is now making real progress against illicit financial flows.
Markus Jooste must be prosecuted for role in Steinhoff scandal, say MPs
Members of Parliament want Jooste prosecuted for his role in the country’s biggest corporate scandal to date and for him and his associates to be jailed as soon as possible.
Steinhoff: Implicated executives will be held accountable
Steinhoff was on Tuesday forced by four parliamentary committees to reveal the names of its former executives, including disgraced former CEO Markus Jooste and four other men outside Steinhoff, implicated by PwC’s forensic investigation into the scandal.
PwC report shows these execs were responsible for fraud, says Steinhoff CEO
PwC found that a 'senior management executive' – since named as Jooste – was allegedly behind a small group of other executives, who, working with other individuals outside the Steinhoff Group, used fictitious and/or irregular transactions to inflate the group’s assets by an estimated €6.5 billion - about R105 billion - between 2009 and 2017.
Steinhoff must release full PwC report on fraud, corruption
Steinhoff has, so far, only released an 11-page summary of the 3,000-plus page report and did not name the former executives involved.
Steinhoff bosses forced by MPs to reveal names of execs implicated in PwC report
Disgraced former CEO Markus Jooste’s name is among them, along with former chief financial officer Ben la Grange and former executives Dirk Schreiber and Stehan Grobler.
DA wants NPA to charge & prosecute ANC for corruption
The DA wants the governing party to be charged collectively as an organisation, rather than just individuals being targeted.
Jeff Radebe rushed to hospital due to ill-health
Minister of Energy Jeff Radebe was due to answer questions in the National Assembly on Wednesday afternoon.
All parties back Parly committee recommendation to remove Icasa chair Mohlaloga
That’s the decision of Parliament’s communications committee after Mohlaloga was last month sentenced to 20 years in jail.
Urgent SABC funding will help settle some debt, pay salaries, says minister
Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams says she doesn't know how much money the SABC will get but made it clear that it wouldn't be the R6.8 billion it has asked for.
Mabuza: No need to be apprehensive about our land reform approach
Deputy President David Mabuza says that land reform is not a race-based, punitive act and says that land should not be used to fan the flames of hatred.
AASA: ‘Carbon Tax Bill must exclude domestic aviation’
In the pipeline for years, the Bill’s already been passed by the National Assembly.
Chaos in Parliament as MPs vote on Traditional Courts Bill
The bill aims to regulate traditional courts, but opposition parties say the removal of an opt-out clause makes it unconstitutional.
Mabuza: I don't take Mboweni seriously
David Mabuza was asked about Tito Mboweni’s call for the privatisation of some SOEs while answering questions in the National Assembly on Tuesday.
Mabuza details ‘reasons’ behind load shedding
In February, Deputy President David Mabuza was jeered and laughed at by opposition MPs when he told the House that load shedding was a sign of growth.
WATCH LIVE: Mabuza allays fears over land reform
David Mabuza is in the National Assembly on Tuesday afternoon for his final question and answer session before it rises ahead of the 8 May elections.
SABC gets a lifeline - for now
The minister made it clear that the agreement with Treasury is for interim relief and not for the full R6.8 billion bailout the SABC said it needed.
Mxakwe: SABC will be factually insolvent by end of March if nothing done
The SABC expects to make a net loss of R568 million this year. This is R281 million more than forecast in its budget.