Latest articles on Daniel Matjila

PIC commission – Matjila acted improperly in Ayo deal

The report by the commission that investigated the Public Investment Corporation says the fund manager’s former CEO lied about his involvement in its R4,3-billion investment in Iqbal Surve’s Ayo Technology

Dan Matjila’s grand plans to save Eskom

The former PIC chief muses over PIC debt-for-equity, privatisation and selling off power stations

I did not spy on PIC employees, says Matjila

The former PIC CEO denies overseeing a climate of fear at the PIC

‘Dr Dan’ put under pressure

Matjila stands by his conduct as head of the PIC and says nothing he did was unethical

PIC did not invest in Nene Jr’s business, Matjila says

The former PIC CEO says the PIC only paid to facilitate a deal between Nene’s company and a Mozambican palm oil refinery

Holomisa claims Matjila failed to declare millions received from VBS

The UDM leader wants the PIC inquiry to probe millions allegedly received by former PIC CEO, Dan Matjila

PIC going after R4.3-billion paid to Ayo

The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has distanced itself from any notion that it is working with Ayo Technology Solutions

PIC still limping from Steinhoff blow

Underwriting a loan between the retailer and its BEE partner has cost the asset manager R3.3-billion

PIC expresses “confidence” in CEO Matjila

Matjila appeared before a board meeting to answer to allegations he misused PIC funds to support an alleged paramour of his.

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