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Minister Brown backs Eskom investigation

A thorough investigation is the only way to lift the cloud shrouding State-owned enterprises stemming from allegations of State capture, says Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown. In a statement on Tuesday, Minister Brown reiterated that she is...

Eskom confirms return of former CEO

Former Eskom Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Brian Molefe will return to the power utility next week, the Eskom Board confirmed on Friday. “Mr Molefe will return to Eskom on Monday,” board...

Minister Brown asks Eskom to give errant municipalities a little more time

The Minister of Public Enterprises, Lynne Brown, has instructed Eskom to afford municipalities time until the end of this month (31 January 2017) to clear their outstanding arrears before switching off the lights. ...

Eskom powers 100 youths

According to SAnews Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has told Eskom’s aspiring nuclear plant operators that they are capable of helping their families break out of the cycle of poverty. The...

Lynne Brown announces Siyabonga Gama’s as Transnet GCEO

Cabinet today noted the appointment of Siyabonga Gama as the new Group Chief Executive Officer of Transnet. Gama has been acting in the position since April 2015. He succeeds Brian...

Transnet appoints CEO

According to SAnews.gov.za - Siyabonga Gama has been appointed as the new Group Chief Executive Officer for Transnet. Gama has been acting in the position since April 2015. He succeeds...

Government ignores warnings – and SOEs pay for it

South Africa’s biggest state-owned enterprises, known as SOEs, are left cash-strapped after the government failed to heed warnings from its advisers about a lack of leadership, oversight and strategic vision. “Too...

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