parastatals

 
​Divide and conquer, Eskom
​Divide and conquer, Eskom
ANALYSIS
​Fiscal risk: Beware the parastatals
​Fiscal risk: Beware the parastatals
The government’s embattled state-owned entities are one of the chief obstacles to its aims of stabilising national debt and government finances....
Will the ANC turn South Africa into a developmental welfare state?
Will the ANC turn South Africa into a developmental welfare state?
South Africa is grappling with the possibility of a sovereign downgrade by global credit...
Treasury’s bids to end corruption are peeling back a curiously connected gravy trail
Treasury’s bids to end corruption are peeling back a curiously connected gravy trail
On the second Wednesday in December, weapons company Denel called a meeting with representatives of the government, which owns it, the department...
Letters to the editor: April 8 to 15 2016
Letters to the editor: April 8 to 15 2016
Last Thursday’s Constitutional Court ruling has shown beyond doubt that decisive action is now imperative to solve the problems inherent in...
Letters to the editor: April 1 to 7 2016
Letters to the editor: April 1 to 7 2016
The notion of “state capture” sounds very bad and one appreciates the unequivocal and vehement rejection of it (
Editorial: Give privatisation a fair hearing
Editorial: Give privatisation a fair hearing
It has been impossible to mention the P-word – privatisation – in South African political discourse for many years now. If spoken at all, it...
Nation must vent its rage against the rot in our parastatals
Nation must vent its rage against the rot in our parastatals
Have we become a nation of bumbling fools or one overtaken by naked greed? Are we shamed by the procession of truly breathtaking bad stories...
Parastatals weigh on SA's future
Parastatals weigh on SA's future
Future bailouts for and guarantees required by the parastatals are one of three key threats to South Africa’s fiscal future, according to the...
Eskom, South Africa and the dark ages
Eskom, South Africa and the dark ages
It's two years into the future. The people of South Africa have done their best to adapt to using less and less power. 
SAA's boundless flights of fancy
SAA's boundless flights of fancy
NEWS ANALYSISEvents at South African Airways call to mind watching one of those river carnivals where contestants launch ever...

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