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.
Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba has removed suspended SAA chief executive Vuyisile Kona from the airline's board, says the department.
We gauged the response across political and business spectrums following Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's budget speech. It seems he won their favour.
Public Enterprise Minister Malusi Gigaba met with Eskom's Medupi power station construction stakeholders to "broker a resolution".
Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba must get the CCMA to determine whether a striking union has recognition at SA Airways, the DA said.
South African Airways received an emergency loan to cover fuel costs, preventing the grounding of its local and international flights, says a report.
Like many other state endeavours, the costs of Transnet's latest fuel project have kept on soaring, writes Lynley Donnelly.
The 16% electricity tariff hike every year for the next five years is unavoidable, Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba said.
Comair is going for the jugular of South African Airways in a court case seeking compensation of up to R124-million.
The investment world would have been up in arms by now if South African Airways were a private company, writes Fatima Hassan.