Malusi Gigaba

 
Home Affairs DG won’t go quietly
Home Affairs DG won’t go quietly
Home Affairs Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize has accused the department’s director general, Mkuseli Apleni, of insubordination, saying he failed to...
Agency moves in on parastatals
Agency moves in on parastatals
It’s not coincidence. It’s strategy.
State-owned enterprises shouldn’t be used as pawns in South African politics
State-owned enterprises shouldn’t be used as pawns in South African politics
State-owned enterprises are vital to many economies, but are particularly vital to those seeking economic development.
Home Affairs DG placed on 'precautionary suspension'
Home Affairs DG placed on 'precautionary suspension'
Home Affairs Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize has announced the department’s Director-General Mkuseli Apleni, has been placed on precautionary suspension...
Academics list Eskom failures to help inquiry
Academics list Eskom failures to help inquiry
A group of academics released a “reference booklet” this week to assist members of Parliament’s public enterprises committee in their...
Gigaba sips from chalice he poisoned
Gigaba sips from chalice he poisoned
The pressure is building on Malusi Gigaba, who has been deposited in the finance ministry at a time when the smartest possible decisions have to be...
Gigaba lashes out against ‘hysteria’ over SAA bailout
Gigaba lashes out against ‘hysteria’ over SAA bailout
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has spoken out against what he termed hysteria that has been created around the options government is considering to...
Could Manyi fall under FICA's eye?
Could Manyi fall under FICA's eye?
Beyond the public relations drive, there is not a lot that is clear about Mzwanele Manyi’s deal to buy the Gupta family’s media assets.
SAA squanders SA’s prized assets
SAA squanders SA’s prized assets
It may be selling the family silver to bail out the family drunk … again. But parting with its stake in Telkom may be the government’s...
Uncertainty is now SA’s ‘new normal’
Uncertainty is now SA’s ‘new normal’
No confidence. This summed up consumer and investor sentiment in the country ahead of this week’s motion in Parliament against President Jacob...
Explainer: Why amendments to SA’s ‘Money Bills Act’ matter
Explainer: Why amendments to SA’s ‘Money Bills Act’ matter
South Africa’s public finances may be in their worst state since the first democratic elections in 1994. One source of these woes was the 2008...
Pension funds in ANC crosshairs
Pension funds in ANC crosshairs
The ANC has again set its sights on pensioners’ retirement money as a potential source of funding for state development.

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