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‘I did not push for Gama at Transnet’ — Zuma

Former president disputes former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan’s allegation that he interfered in the appointment of the entity’s CEO

It’s time to #PayBackTheMoney

State agencies are going after those accused of looting the SA’s coffers — and the amounts are huge

Labour court dismisses Gama application as ‘misguided’ and ‘meritless’

The primary issue the court had to determine was whether the order granted on October 19 interdicted Transnet from terminating Gama’s employment

Hogan: Zuma wanted a ‘rogue’ CEO at Eskom

According to Hogan’s testimony, a tussle between Jacob Maroga and the Eskom board showed how former president Jacob Zuma imposed his authority

Court papers show Transnet execs ‘colluded fraudulently’

Four executives, including Siyanbonga Gama, are said to have colluded to cause Transnet to make inflated payments to a Gupta-linked company

Hogan: ‘ANC tried to force my hand in Gama matter’

Barbara Hogan said she experienced 'enormous pressure' to approve the appointment of Siyabonga Gama as the chief executive of Transnet in 2009

Transnet moves on from Gama, appoints acting group CEO

​Transnet's board has appointed industry veteran Tau Morwe as acting group chief executive

Gama wants Transnet board jailed

Gama is “living in Alice in Wonderland.” This year there was irregular expenditure of R8.1-billion.

Gama is both wrong and fired, Molefe insists

Popo Molefe has dismissed Siyabonga Gama's interpretation of his contract with the entity, as well as a recent court determination

Transnet axes CEO Siyabonga Gama

Gama and two other officials were suspended in August for alleged maladministration

Embattled Transet CEO Siyabonga Gama fired

A highly placed source on the Transnet board said although Gama has been given 10 days to say explain he shouldn't be let go, the board wants him out

State eyes Transnet debt

But Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan is ‘confident’ talks with the SOE’s lenders will end well

Transnet board to consider reasons why CEO shouldn’t be suspended

The state freight and ports company served its chief executive Siyabonga Gama and two other executives with suspension notices last week

Transnet records growth in profits despite axe hanging over CEO’s head

Siyabonga Gama delivered the results with an axe hanging over his head as he has been served with a letter of precautionary suspension

More suspensions looming at Transnet – Popo Molefe

This week, three Transnet executives, including CEO Siyabonga Gama, were served with suspension notices

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