The State We're In: Captured (Episode 6)
The State We're In: Captured
Lindsay Dentlinger and Charlotte Kilbane talk runaway trains, intransigent airways officials, and the bombs dropped by a top forensic consultant. Yes, it's been a while since we checked in, but amid all the mad political change South Africa has been through in the past few weeks, the Public Enterprises Committee is quietly ploughing on with its state capture inquiry. Get up to date with all the action right here.
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.