The State We're In: Captured (Episode 7)
The State We're In: Captured
It's all about bromance, bust-ups and no-shows this week, as Lindsay Dentlinger and Charlotte Kilbane review what's been happening at Parliament's inquiry into state capture at state-owned enterprises. The intrepid parliamentarians are still playing tag in a most collaborative way, as they work to get to the bottom of who's been captured and who's ducking and diving. The inquiry is turning the corner into the home stretch now, don't miss the latest.
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.