Eskom inquiry

Gigaba and Brown named as ‘captured’ in Eskom report

Embattled home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba and former public enterprises minister Lynne Brown are among individuals suspected of being “captured” who should be criminally investigated, according to a draft parliamentary report into Eskom, the utility that’s been brought to its knees by alleged mismanagement and corruption. Senior staff at disgraced global[…]

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Martins to face Eskom inquiry grilling

Public Enterprises Deputy Minister Ben Martins will appear before Parliament’s Eskom State Capture inquiry on Wednesday morning. This comes a day after former Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) Chief Executive Officer Lucky Montana made damning allegations to the inquiry about Martins and his alleged relationship with the Gupta[…]

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Threats pile up from Eskom inquiry

‘Your mother is making our lives difficult.” That was the chilling message relayed to ANC MP Zukiswa Rantho’s son this week, a day after Rantho chaired a heated session of the parliamentary inquiry into governance failures at Eskom. Rantho, who lives in Cape Town when Parliament is in session, told[…]

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