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Stop feeding parastatal pigs - Mathews Phosa
Stop feeding parastatal pigs - Mathews Phosa
Mathews Phosa has cautioned the South African government to invest in free education for the poor instead of bailing out parastatals.
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...
Zuma’s rule has savaged the NDP
Zuma’s rule has savaged the NDP
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SAA flies rings around weary fiscus
SAA flies rings around weary fiscus
The latest bailout to SAA has again highlighted the risk that financially strained state-owned entities pose to the national fiscus.
Treasury announces SAA bailout to settle R2.3bn debt
Treasury announces SAA bailout to settle R2.3bn debt
Government officials have moved to transfer an undisclosed sum from the National Revenue Fund to SAA in an attempt to help the airline pay back...
Myeni lied, then lied again, says Companies Commission
Myeni lied, then lied again, says Companies Commission
Controversial South African Airways chairperson Dudu Myeni twice lied to the minister of public enterprises, in writing, about a R10-billion...
Dudu Myeni challenges Companies Act violations
Dudu Myeni challenges Companies Act violations
The embattled chairperson of South African Airways, Dudu Myeni, is scheduled to challenge a finding that she was in breach of the Companies Act at...
SAA board in bid to ground Dudu Myeni
SAA board in bid to ground Dudu Myeni
The tables are turning on Dudu Myeni, the chairperson of SAA, who has been conspicuously absent from board meetings at a time when the airline’s...
Dudu Myeni's book of tip-offs
Dudu Myeni's book of tip-offs
South African Airways has spent millions of rands in taxpayer funds to investigate alleged impropriety by senior executives.
#Budget2017: SAA to remain under intense government oversight – Gordhan
#Budget2017: SAA to remain under intense government oversight – Gordhan
SAA will remain under intense government oversight, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said in his report contained in National Treasury’s 2017...
​Gupta dealings are small change
​Gupta dealings are small change
COMMENTLast month, the news broke that the department of mineral resources withheld information about the transfer of R1.5-billion from a...

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