The State We're In: Captured (Episode 3)
The State We're In: Captured
Like sands through the hour glass... Catch up on the latest from Parliament's most explosive soap opera - the Eskom Inquiry. Parliament is done for the year, but the intrepid MPs of the Public Enterprises Portfolio Committee ploughed on for an extra week, as they examined state capture at Eskom. This week we talk Gupta brothers, intimidation, and how Deputy Minister Ben Martins finally found his diary.
The State We're In: Captured (Episode 8)
This week it's all about one man, and an all-too-familiar reprise: "Wasn't me!". Former Public Enterprises Minister (also, former Home Affairs and Finance Minister, and current Home Affairs Minister) Malusi Gigaba, faced MPs on Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises, as they aim to wrap up their state capture inquiry. Find out what Gigaba had to say, what eventually ended up shaking his composre, and ofcourse, check in on the whereabouts of the two Dudus and the Guptas.