Bongani Bongo a victim of a political agenda, says Mosebenzi Zwane
Bongani Bongo's supporters believe he is being persecuted by certain members and leaders of the ANC and his criminal case is politically motivated.
Mantashe: Eskom being under DPE complicates its management
Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe said that having Eskom under Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's department only made it more difficult to manage the power utility as it did not fall under his energy portfolio.
Ramaphosa: We want to see more money recovered from corruption, state capture
The president said the stolen billions recovered so far were just a fraction of the total amount lost through corruption and state capture.
Mantashe denies being hostile towards renewable energy
At a briefing on Thursday, he gave more details on the integrated resource plan after telling Parliament on Wednesday that load shedding would be with us for another two years.
Gordhan: You'll probably have to pay someone to take SAA
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan told Scopa and the portfolio committee on Public Enterprises that the liquidation of SAA would not have been a viable option as this would have led to job losses.
Dlamini Zuma: Apartheid was a crime against humanity
Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma was speaking during the resumption of the State of the Nation Address debate in the National Assembly on Wednesday.
Gordhan: Liquidating SAA will have disastrous consequences
Minister Pravin Gordhan on Wednesday briefed Scopa about the state of affairs at SAA following a parliamentary oversight visit to the airline last year.
BRP putting together plan to avoid SAA liquidation, Gordhan tells Scopa
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said that the national carrier had the undesirable honour of being the first SOE to be placed into business rescue.
ANC, EFF MPs flay De Klerk over apartheid comments
They slammed former deputy President FW de Klerk during Tuesday's Sona debate for saying during a recent interview that he didn't believe apartheid was a crime against humanity.
Eskom board accused of dereliction of duty after failing to appear before Scopa
Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter and other executives honoured Tuesday’s meeting to give an update following last year's oversight visit by MPs.
‘Instead of a new dawn, there is a new despair’ - Steenhuisen
Speaking during the debate on President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Sona, Steenhuisen accused the president of putting his party first, instead of South Africans.
Please be patient, it will take time to fix Eskom - De Ruyter
Andre de Ruyter has told parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts there’s still a long way to go to fix the struggling power utility.
Eskom won't compromise on maintenance in the future, De Ruyter tells Scopa
Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter said that maintenance would increase the likelihood of load shedding over the next 18 months but it would ensure a reliable and sustainable power fleet going forward.
Eskom's De Ruyter set to make first appearance before Scopa
The Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) will receive an update from Eskom on recommendations it made following an oversight visit to the parastatal last year.
MPs set to pick apart Ramaphosa's Sona in debate
Joint sittings of the two houses of Parliament, the National Assembly and National Council of Provinces (NCOP), will debate the State of the Nation Address delivered by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday last week.
Round 2: EFF to face Parly's powers committee over Sona disruptions
It’s been six years since EFF MPs were investigated by the same committee following the 'pay back the money' fracas in 2014 when they first entered Parliament.
Ramaphosa’s Sona ‘short on specifics’, says Fitch
Fitch is one of two major rating firms to have South Africa's sovereign debt in junk status – with a long-term foreign-currency rating of BB+.
Ramaphosa slams EFF for delaying Sona
Ramaphosa spoke to the media on Friday shortly after teeing off during the annual Presidential Golf Challenge in Melkbosstrand.