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Editorial: Sit down, Lynne Brown
Editorial: Sit down, Lynne Brown
In her position as the public enterprises minister, Lynne Brown is not an appointee of the people of South Africa. Instead she was selected by and...
Eskom default risks contagion
Eskom default risks contagion
The South African Reserve Bank has flagged the risks that the weak state-owned enterprises (SOEs) pose not only to the government’s finances but...
'Eskom’s problem is Lynne Brown’
'Eskom’s problem is Lynne Brown’
Eskom board spokesperson Khulani Qoma has blamed Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown for the corruption at Eskom. 
Zuma’s allies are once again gung-ho about nuclear. Will they get their way?
Zuma’s allies are once again gung-ho about nuclear. Will they get their way?
South Africa’s nuclear build programme seems to be
Former Eskom CEO breaks down 'culture of maintenance deferral'
Former Eskom CEO breaks down 'culture of maintenance deferral'
On Tuesday’s parliamentary inquiry into Eskom, the former Eskom chief executive Tshediso Matona revealed how despite cash injections to keep...
Flailing giant Eskom a threat to SA
Flailing giant Eskom a threat to SA
Is Eskom, and by extension the country, facing a financial reckoning? The beleaguered utility is deemed to be too big to fail, given the government’s exposure to its debt and the fact that it is the economy’s major supplier of power....
Whistleblower outlines Eskom’s guide to milking state enterprises
Whistleblower outlines Eskom’s guide to milking state enterprises
Former Trillian adviser to Eskom Mosilo Mothepu stood before the parliamentary enquiry into Eskom on Tuesday and said that the state utility not...
Public institutions remain at the core of state capture rot
Public institutions remain at the core of state capture rot
In the week in which the country celebrated the 100th anniversary of the birth of Oliver Reginald Tambo, the man who steered the ANC from a...
Fiscal risks grow at alarming rate
Fiscal risks grow at alarming rate
As a parking novice in Cape Town, I was astonished by the R132 invoice that awaited me when I returned to the car I had left in front of Parliament...
Why McKinsey is not innocent
Why McKinsey is not innocent
I sometimes wonder whether corporations think we are a bunch of fools incapable of seeing excrement for what it is. Take, for example, management...

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