Nene: ‘Shivambu tried to influence VBS curatorship decision’
Former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says he got an SMS from EFF's Floyd Shivambu as Treasury was deciding on the bank’s curatorship.
Nhlanhla Nene back at state capture inquiry to conclude testimony
Nene first appeared before the commission last year giving details on the events that led to his shock axing in December 2015.
ANC confident its Parly candidates won't hurt party's image at polls
The African National Congress (ANC) says it doesn’t believe its list of candidates to go to Parliament which include Bathabile Dlamini, Nomvula Mokonyane, Mosebenzi Zwane and Malusi Gigaba will harm its image to the voter.
ANC 'fully confident' in Dlamini, Mokonyane, Gigaba, others on IEC list
The governing party submitted its national and provincial lists to the Independent Electoral Commission on Wednesday afternoon.
Judgement on Moyane’s request to cross-examine Gordhan reserved
Former Sars Commissioner Tom Moyane’s lawyer has argued his client deserves to cross-examine Pravin Gordhan, who directly implicated him in his testimony.
Gordhan's evidence must be tested to be accepted, Moyane's lawyer argues
Advocate Dali Mpofu is addressing the Zondo commission of inquiry on Tom Moyane’s application to cross-examine Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.
State capture inquiry hears Moyane application to cross-examine Gordhan
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan is reportedly fighting Moyane’s bid and believes that he is being used by the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) to advance the party's political campaign against him.
EXCLUSIVE: Zuma declines ANC Parly nomination, Dlamini, Mokonyane make the cut
EWN understands that the ANC resolved that only those members found guilty by the court of law should be removed from the party’s list.
Money laundered through SOEs as Gupta associate made millions, inquiry hears
This was revealed by Standard Bank’s head of compliance Ian Sinton who took the stand at the inquiry on Tuesday.
Standard Bank details suspicious Gupta transactions
Ian Sinton took the stand at the state capture commission of inquiry on Tuesday and explained taht Standard Bank’s decision to cut ties and the risks it identified.
Emotional Bester admits he never intended for Tegeta to call shots at Eskom
Former Eskom fuel sourcing manager Johann Bester said he wasn’t aware the contract Eskom had with the Guptas was corrupt and fraudulent.
Matshela Koko couldn't be trusted, former Eskom employee tells inquiry
Former Eskom official Johann Bester described how those he trusted at Eskom where removed from their positions leaving him with no support when he tried to renegotiate the contract with Gupta-owned Optimum coal mine.
Zondo concerned by abuse of power to coerce Eskom employees to sign deals
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo says authorities must create a working space where people are allowed to say no to unlawful dealings.
Koko blamed for Eskom's acceptance of coal from Gupta-owned mine
Eskom official Gert Opperman says in 2015, Eskom sent Tegeta a letter, raising concerns about Brakfontein’s coal supply to one of the utility’s power station Majuba.
Eskom pre-payment to Tegeta unauthorised abnormally, commission hears
The power utility’s official Gert Opperman is concluding his testimony at the inquiry in Parktown.
Eskom's Gert Opperman returns to state capture inquiry
Opperman took the stand on Friday and testified about the power utility's unlawful pre-payment to Gupta-owned company Tegeta.
State capture inquiry: Opperman admits Eskom, Tegeta deal was ‘fishy’
The payment was made even though the Gupta company had not provided any services to the power utility.
More evidence surfaces on Eskom’s unlawful pre-payment to Tegeta
The commission heard this week that normal procurement processes were ignored when Eskom processed the R659 million pre-payment contract with Tegeta.