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Gordhan’s lawyers hit out at Public Protector over ‘rogue unit’ probe

Gordhan asked for and was granted an extension to reply to the allegations. He now has until Friday, May 3, to submit his answers

Tiger Brands receives listeriosis class action summons, vows to fight it

In February, the Johannesburg high court determined that Richard Spoor Attorneys could go ahead with a class action application

Koko slams graft allegations, says his track record speaks for itself

As testimony implicating him in wrongdoing mounts, the former acting Eskom CEO has acted to distance himself

SABC board hopefuls take the hot seat

The committee drafted a shortlist of 24 candidates last week, from an initial pool of over 300

Parliament to get update on Fireblade saga

It will be the first time the Department of Home Affairs has briefed Parliament on this matter since Malusi Gigaba resigned in November last year

Denel suffers over R1.7bn loss, expects more in future

The state-owned arms company has yet to submit an annual report for the 2017/18 financial year

Who’s who in Parly’s report on the Eskom inquiry?

Parliament's portfolio committee on public enterprises adopted its final report into allegations of state capture at Eskom and Transnet on Wednesday

Parly committee recommends Eskom, Transnet executives testify before Zondo commission

The report was well over a year in the making and is chiefly based on the evidence presented during the committee's inquiry last year

SAA needs R3.5 billion by March, says interim CFO

SAA has been working closely with National Treasury and the department of public enterprises to steer itself to profitability

Momentum changes tune: Pays out death benefit to widow

Momentum has created a policy to 'pay out an amount equal to the death benefit in the case of violent crime, regardless of previous medical history'

We need R3bn to avoid collapse, SABC tells Scopa

Board chair Bongumusa Makhathini told Scopa the state broadcaster needs a R3-billion government guarantee to avoid looming collapse in March

We soon won’t be able to pay salaries at SABC, Parliament hears

An SABC board member told Parliament that by February, the public broadcaster would not be able to pay full salaries

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