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Lynley Donnelly  

Lynley Donnelly  

    The Budget will test Cyril’s mettle
    The Budget will test Cyril’s mettle
    As the dust settles after almost two weeks of uncertainty regarding the fate of Jacob Zuma, President Cyril Ramaphosa must face the unfinished...
    PIC caught up in Eskom’s woes
    PIC caught up in Eskom’s woes
    The Public Investment Corporation’s (PIC) decision to extend a R5-billion bridging loan to Eskom appears to have walked a fine line when it comes...
    Eskom chief Hadebe is Mr Fix-it
    Eskom chief Hadebe is Mr Fix-it
    There is a story I was told about Eskom’s new interim chief executive Phakamani Hadebe and his time at the treasury.
    Changes buy Eskom a tiny bit of time
    Changes buy Eskom a tiny bit of time
    The overhaul of Eskom’s board and promises to deal with corruption may have reopened doors to local lenders just when the utility is running out...
    Bill raises fears for industrialists
    Bill raises fears for industrialists
    Proposed changes to the Competition Act have sparked concerns in the government that they may inadvertently limit industrial development policy...
    The worst may be yet to come for Molefe
    The worst may be yet to come for Molefe
    Former Eskom head Brian Molefe has been ordered to return an unlawful pension pay out, but the...
    National budget overload piles up
    National budget overload piles up
    Public sector wage negotiations are gearing up as immense, new pressures are emerging for the 2018 budget next month.
    App-only bank aims to cut you in
    App-only bank aims to cut you in
    On Hill Street in Grahamstown, not too far from the university town’s well-known cathedral, is one of the country’s oldest but much less famous...
    What’s on the cards for 2018?
    What’s on the cards for 2018?
    A glaring budget gap and disappointing revenue collection over the past tax year — with added commitments, such as free higher education...
    Jury still out on economic hot potatoes
    Jury still out on economic hot potatoes
    At the time of writing, the outcomes of the discussions around economic transformation had not been delivered.
    Can Ramaphosa deliver on his promises?
    Can Ramaphosa deliver on his promises?
    The hope for a Cyril Ramaphosa victory was pinned on his ability to put South Africa’s economy back on solid ground with financial prudence and...
    Moody's cautious on Ramaphosa win
    Moody's cautious on Ramaphosa win
    While a Cyril Ramaphosa win could mean a positive shift for policy and the country’s ratings outlook, his narrow victory and opposition within...