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Brian Molefe heads to ConCourt to keep Eskom pension payout

The power utility’s former CEO will argue that lower judges were wrong to rule that he is received an unlawful benefit

Molefe did not get approval for massive Transnet locomotive price hike, inquiry hears

The 1 064 locomotives were meant to upgrade and modernise Transnet's fleet, but the contract has been dogged by allegations of corruption

Hadebe resigns from Eskom citing ill health

Phakamani Hadebe is the latest in a series of leaders for the embattled utility, and will bow out at the end of July

Eskom’s coal supply threatened by foiled Optimum deal, Zondo inquiry hears

​The decision taken by then Eskom CEO Brian Molefe to give Optimum coal mine the cold shoulder jeopardised the coal supply to the Hendrina station

Molefe blamed for Eskom’s coal supply woes

During his testimony before the commission, Glencore executive Clinton Ephron detailed the events that led to Optimum going into business rescue

A ruskansie by any other name

Tiep, snooze, doss, lala — or simply call it load-shedding, the visitation of Brian Molefe’s spirit

It’s time to #PayBackTheMoney

State agencies are going after those accused of looting the SA’s coffers — and the amounts are huge

‘Baker’ Brian Molefe’s Eskom runs short of coal

The power utility said it was doing everything possible to deal with the coal crisis but the risk of load shedding 'always exists'

Treasury asks Hawks to probe Singh

Eskom’s ex-financial officer’s swanky pad and R16m in strange transactions are part of probe

From Dubai to Russia ― how former Eskom and Transnet CFO Anoj Singh was bought

The report seen by the M&G, follows last year’s treasury report which called for an investigation into Singh, Brian Molefe and other executives

Brian Molefe petitions Supreme Court over pension payout

In April, the High Court dismissed Molefe’s application for leave to appeal, saying there was no other court that would come to a different conclusion

Molefe loses court bid to appeal pay back pension ruling

Molefe brought the application to appeal a January judgement that ordered him to pay back part of the pension he received from Eskom.

Eskom should boost its output of in-house renewables

Pressing ahead with coal and nuclear power generation projects has come at a huge and unsustainable cost – to both Eskom and the country

Ngubane sheds light on Molefe’s pension payout

Eskom delayed suspending Matshela Koko in March 2017 to avoid litigation, the Eskom inquiry heard.

Criminal charges laid against Molefe over pension payout fiasco

In January 2018, a full bench of judges found that Molefe’s declaration that he had not resigned from the power utility was false.

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