He treads carefully on Nkandla, but cronyism and dismal management clearly bother Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba.
Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba says electricity supply will be extremely tight from April to July to complete maintenance.
The red carpet in the parliamentary precinct lit up with colour as MPs and invited guests dazzled with their glamorous and not-so-glamorous outfits.
After two consecutive years of of losses, SAA will become profitable again, the public enterprises minister has promised.
Speaking over the weekend, Malusi Gigaba has warned people to vote to prevent "oppressors" from coming "back to rule this country".
The public enterprises minister faces the challenging task of wooing apolitical youth and disaffected middle class.
The South African construction industry has major delivery issues that need to be fixed, says Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba.
Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba has unveiled a 12-year strategy for the troubled SAA, focused on consolidating routes and updating fleets.
Medupi has failed on so many levels, but will the minister carry out his 'heads will roll' threat?
With a massive infrastructure roll-out at stake, the state can't afford to be at odds with workers.
Free State ANC has lost patience with ill-disciplined cadres who bring the party's name into disrepute, says NEC deployee Malusi Gigaba.
The communications minister stands to lose most in a potential repositioning of some of SA's most significant parastatals under public enterprises.
The public enterprises minister has asked Eskom's board to keep Paul O'Flaherty as its financial director.
The public enterprises minister says Eskom is reviewing the implications of Nersa's decision to grant a lower than requested electricity tariff hike.
Service providers will face tough penalties if the Medupi power station in Limpopo does not meet its December 2013 deadline.
Labour pundits and civil society groups say parastatals will buckle under the weight of political interference and unclear mandates.
The ANC elders must admit that their time is up and hand over the reins to the youth who still have a long future ahead of them, writes Khaya Dlanga.
The Airbus tender was approved by SAA's board – but this put it at odds with a distinctly unimpressed ministry.
When Malusi Gigaba became minister of public enterprises, he told anyone who would listen he intended to keep a firm shareholder hand on the tiller.