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The loss reported by the SABC goes to the heart of the mandate problems of state-owned companies
The loss reported by the SABC goes to the heart of the mandate problems of state-owned companies
The CEO of the South African Broadcasting Corporation, in announcing at a Press conference at the Auckland Park HQ of the corporation a R411-million loss for the year to end-March, made it clear that profit was secondary....
Protector to probe more SOEs
Protector to probe more SOEs
At least eight state-owned enterprises and the provincially subsidised Gautrain are in for trouble from the next public protector — if only...
#Scopa: Anti-corruption task team grilled for neglecting to report on graft at SOEs
#Scopa: Anti-corruption task team grilled for neglecting to report on graft at SOEs
Hawks boss General Berning Ntlemeza is in the hot seat. Ntlemeza appeared in front of Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa)...
South Africa must accept reality and unburden itself from owning a national airline
South Africa must accept reality and unburden itself from owning a national airline
South Africa needs to accept the reality that the time when national airlines flew as carriers of national pride is a thing of the past. Some...
Editorial: Power and greed derail parastatals
Editorial: Power and greed derail parastatals
It seems the chief executives of parastatals are becoming corporate rhinos: an endangered species. Of the 300 state-owned enterprises (SOEs), several...
Cabinet report speaks of rationalising parastatals
Cabinet report speaks of rationalising parastatals
The report, released on Tuesday, gives government a range of options, including absorbing ailing state-owned enterprises into line-function...
Could the Chinese provide a model for SA's 'developmental state'?
Could the Chinese provide a model for SA's 'developmental state'?
This is according to Lumkile Mondi, chief economist at the Industrial Development Corporation.
Battle looms over stand on public sector wages
Battle looms over stand on public sector wages
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is standing firm on the need to curb public sector wage increases, even as the ANC's trade union ally, Cosatu, is...
More tough love for parastatals
More tough love for parastatals
The days of the state forking out billions of rands to parastatals are over. The government has reined in public enterprise expenditure from...
Short back and sides, please
Short back and sides, please
To understand modern finance in general and the continuing debt woes in the eurozone and beyond, you need to have the word haircut in your lexicon....
State of the Nation: Zuma adopts Chinese model
State of the Nation: Zuma adopts Chinese model
President Jacob Zuma is likely to look East with his State of the Nation address in Cape Town next Thursday. A new focus on infrastructure, similar...

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