Zuma to blame for weakened state institutions, says Manuel
Manuel said there are things that happened during Zuma years as president that weakened state institutions.
Siphiwe Nyanda says refusal to meet the Guptas led to his axing
Former Communications Minister Siphiwe Nyanda says the Guptas made repeated requests through emissaries to meet with him outside his office.
Mbalula was emotional over encounter with Gupta brother, Manuel tells inquiry
Former Finance Minister Trevor Manuel has taken the stand at the inquiry, speaking about the ANC NEC meeting that took place in August 2011.
Trevor Manuel expected to give evidence at Zondo Commission
Manuel wrote a column describing how ANC NEC leader Fikile Mbalula made a tearful confession to the party’s national executive committee, saying that Atul Gupta informed him that he would be appointed Sports Minister in 2010.
Ex-Glencore CEO lifts lid on Eskom tactics to force Optimum out of business
Clinton Ephron took the stand at the state capture inquiry on Wednesday and testified that Brian Molefe simply refused to negotiate a new contractual agreement with the mining company without giving reasons.
Zwane flew to Zurich to facilitate Optimum mine sale to Guptas, inquiry hears
Former Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane has denied that he flew to Switzerland to pressure Glencore to sell its Optimum coal mine to the Gupta family.
'Eskom & Brian Molefe strong-armed Glencore on coal contract,' inquiry hears
This emerged from testimony by former Glencore CEO Clinton Ephron, who is on the stand at the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture.
Zondo Commission hears details of Glencore, Eskom relationship
Clinton Ephron's testimony comes a day after the inquiry heard evidence on Eskom’s coal supply agreements with Gupta-owned company Tegeta.
Former Glencore CEO Clinton Ephron to appear at Zondo Commission
Ephron was Glencore’s CEO when the company sold its Optimum coal mine to Gupta-owned Tegeta.
Tegeta’s substandard coal to Eskom lead to load shedding in 2015, inquiry told
After Eskom signed the coal agreement with the Gupta-owned Brakfontein coal mine, the power utility started complaining about the quality of coal it received.
Tegeta dictated business terms to Eskom, commission hears
The inquiry’s Advocate Kate Hofmeyr says a lot of pressure was placed on Eskom to conclude the R4.3 billion business deal with Tegeta within 48 hours.
Pule Mabe: ANC hasn't informed me of suspension as spokesperson
In a statement released on Tuesday morning, Pule Mabe said that the matter of his suspension after allegations of sexual harassment had not been brought to his attention.
Mabuza: 'Medupi, Kusile over budget & still not producing intended output'
Eskom board chairperson Jabu Mabuza has confirmed that while costs at Eskom’s two power stations have grown exponentially, they are still not producing the intended output 10 years later.
ANC to explain why it removed Mabe & Kodwa as party spokespersons
Eyewitness News understands the party's decision was taken during its national working committee meeting on Monday night.
ANC removes Kodwa, Mabe as spokespersons in wake of rape, sex harassment claims
The party’s national working committee held a meeting on Monday and took the decision.
Mabuza: 'Capture of Eskom has been multi-layered'
Eskom board chairperson Jabu Mabuza says it’s disappointing that people who have collapsed the power utility are flaunting their ill-gotten gains without any repercussions.
Ngubane, Brown suspended Eskom ads in some newspapers - Mabuza
He’s confirmed in the email Ngubane stated that state-owned entities had complaints against the newspapers.
Mabuza: 'Koko gave McKinsey, Trillian advantages on Eskom contracts'
Eskom board chair Jabu Mabuza explained that by sending out the classified documents, former acting chief executive Matshela Koko gave McKinsey and Trillian an advantage.