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LIVESTREAM: Cheryl Carolus to testify at Zondo commission

Carolus' appearance at the Zondo commission will follow the conclusion of the testimony of Mahlodi Muofhe on Wednesday

Gordhan appoints new Denel interim board

The rotation of Denel's board was not unexpected

A new centre of power through mass mobilisation is needed in South Africa

The country needs a mass democratic movement to confront the mismanagement that will otherwise beset it, writes Marius Oosthuizen.

ANC veterans tell President Zuma to step down

ANC veterans and civil society members met at the steps of the Concourt on Wednesday and demanded that President Jacob Zuma resign.

Minister and ex-board members butt heads over SAA

Statements by Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba at its annual general meeting this week have revealed a national airline beset by trouble.

New SAA boss faces bumpy ride

South African Airways's new chairperson Vuyisile Kona has a host of tough problems to sort out to get the ailing state-owned airline into the black.

Carolus blames departure on ‘comedy of errors’

The missing letter from the treasury providing a R5-billion, two-year guarantee for SAA suddenly arrived at the state-run airline last week.

What is causing SAA’s turbulence?

The reasons for the sudden departure of the chairperson of SAA, Cheryl Carolus, and leading members of the board are still not clear.

SAA’s finances under scrutiny

Parliament has heard that South African Airways' balance sheets aren't looking good but the national carrier's pilots are among the best in the world.

SAA wins praise from MPs for action over Ngqula

A chorus of approval greeted SAA chair Cheryl Carolus after she delivered a report to MPs on actions being taken against the airline's former CEO.

SAA targets former CEO Ngqula

The board of South African Airways (SAA) will institute action against its former, CEO Khaya Ngqula, who left the company in March 2009.

Civil society: Environment

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