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Lynley Donnelly  

Lynley Donnelly  

    SAA crash narrowly averted, for now
    SAA crash narrowly averted, for now
    Controversial SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni is on her way out but the incoming board of directors has a mammoth task ahead if it is to right the...
    Zuma set to blast a nuclear path
    Zuma set to blast a nuclear path
    The department of environmental affairs has authorised Eskom to proceed with a new nuclear plant, the power utility announced on Friday last...
    Gigaba confirms Dudu Myeni axing, announces new board
    Gigaba confirms Dudu Myeni axing, announces new board
    Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has formally announced the new board of South African Airways, in a statement released on Thursday morning.
    Dudu Myeni fired as SAA chair
    Dudu Myeni fired as SAA chair
    Dudu Myeni has been removed from the board of South African Airways in what could be a range of changes made to the leadership of the embattled...
    Eskom’s death spiral looms large
    Eskom’s death spiral looms large
    Eskom is facing a fundamental crisis that is only being exacerbated by allegations of corruption and the leadership vacuum at the state power...
    Public unions hold axe over PIC’s head
    Public unions hold axe over PIC’s head
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    No end to SAA’s nightmares
    No end to SAA’s nightmares
    The nation’s beleaguered airline has breathing room until October 31 — Halloween, after which its debt demons may return to haunt it with a...
    State worker unions put PIC on notice
    State worker unions put PIC on notice
    Public sector unions will take to the streets if necessary to protect their members’ pensions, said Ivan Fredericks, the general manager of the...
    SA airports fly, even if SAA flails
    SA airports fly, even if SAA flails
    The growth of international traffic at airports such as Cape Town’s demonstrates that South Africa does not need a state-owned airline to carry...
    SA’s sugar industry under assault
    SA’s sugar industry under assault
    South Africa’s sugar industry faces tough times — even without the imposition of a tax on sugary drinks. The tax has been delayed until...
    Academics list Eskom failures to help inquiry
    Academics list Eskom failures to help inquiry
    A group of academics released a “reference booklet” this week to assist members of Parliament’s public enterprises committee in their...
    World renewables blow nukes up
    World renewables blow nukes up
    Globally, new renewable energy is coming on stream at lower prices than the operating and maintenance costs of some nuclear power stations.