Ben Martins

 
What’s in a cup of tea, Ben Martins asks
What’s in a cup of tea, Ben Martins asks
Deputy Public Enterprises Minister Ben Martins may not be friends with the Guptas but he sees nothing wrong with having a cup of tea with them.
IDC loan of R60m ‘gone in one year’
IDC loan of R60m ‘gone in one year’
The Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) has laid criminal charges against businessperson Lorraine Masipa following allegations that she...
More courted cadres to come clean
More courted cadres to come clean
As if this week wasn’t explosive enough for South Africans, next week could see a host of public officials admitting to overtures by the infamous...
Inland transport levy abolished
Inland transport levy abolished
An inland fuel transport levy which costs motorists an extra three cents per litre will be abolished from next month, the energy department said on...
Minister issues stern warning to drunk drivers
Minister issues stern warning to drunk drivers
Drunk drivers will face the full might of the law and could land up behind bars, acting transport minister Dikobe Benedict Martins said on...
[Slideshow]Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle
[Slideshow]Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle
Meet the new Cabinet ministers following President Jacob Zuma's latest reshuffle.
Rail agency spent R3m on the New Age
Rail agency spent R3m on the New Age
"Prasa has a subscription agreement with The New Age media company, which provides Prasa with 3 200 copies of the newspaper on a daily...
[Video]M&G Hangout: Who is Number 1?
[Video]M&G Hangout: Who is Number 1?
A report into Guptagate makes reference to ‘Number 1’. Sarah Evans and Phillip De Wet discuss how it greases the wheels of the corruption.
Parliament not given say on e-tolls
Parliament not given say on e-tolls
ANC MPs made a dramatic about-turn this week, caving in to pressure from members of the executive and withdrawing a bold proposal to give Parliament more say in the determination of road toll fees....

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