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Lynley Donnelly  

Lynley Donnelly  

    Banks slapped with fines for weak anti-money laundering controls
    Banks slapped with fines for weak anti-money laundering controls
    Several local and international banks have been slapped with administrative fines by the South African Reserve Bank, for weak anti-money laundering...
    The hurdles nuclear must now clear
    The hurdles nuclear must now clear
    Early this week, the new minister of energy, Mmamoloko Kubayi, said she did not want to go to jail over nuclear procurement.
    Three new questions for Brian Molefe
    Three new questions for Brian Molefe
    NEWS ANALYSIS
    Three things Lynne Brown will have to explain
    Three things Lynne Brown will have to explain
    NEWS ANALYSISThere are many amusing contradictions between the stories about Brian Molefe and how he came to resign/retire/be retrenched/return as Eskom CEO. But over 10 days his return to Eskom spawned three initially separate court cases already running to 500 pages of...
    Molefe: The curious case of rule 28
    Molefe: The curious case of rule 28
    Are you confused about the Brian Molefe saga? Did he resign or take early retirement or was he retrenched from Eskom? Are you baffled by how the...
    African spending power rises
    African spending power rises
    African countries’ burgeoning middle classes, with a combined spending power in the region of R1.3-trillion a month, are becoming a force to be...
    Lynne Brown: Paying Brian Molefe R30-million is the 'only solution'
    Lynne Brown: Paying Brian Molefe R30-million is the 'only solution'
    As the country reels from the news that Brian Molefe will go back to work at Eskom, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown gave a press briefing...
    ANC condemns Brian Molefe appointment
    ANC condemns Brian Molefe appointment
    The ruling party has condemned the “unfortunate and reckless” decision to reappoint Brian Molefe at Eskom
    Brian Molefe set to return to Eskom
    Brian Molefe set to return to Eskom
    South African’s woke up on Friday morning to the news that Brian Molefe will be making an audacious return to power utility Eskom after he...
    Banks seek settlement — and also challenge collusion claims
    Banks seek settlement — and also challenge collusion claims
    Despite an apparent fight-back by several banks named in the Competition Commission’s foreign exchange collusion case, some of them have also...
    PIC can’t say no to Lonmin
    PIC can’t say no to Lonmin
    If the state does ever opt to own South Africa’s mines, it may have to start with Lonmin. It’s already the largest shareholder in the embattled...