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Saldanha gas terminal in financial doldrums

The IDC and the PIC extended loans to Sunrise, and now the company is struggling to repay them

Load-shedding dooms SA profits

From corner bakeries to mines, businesses bear the brunt of the power-cut pain, with alternative energy generation solutions mired in bureaucracy

Acting PIC CEO suspended for ‘interfering’ with commission

The state asset manager did not divulge the nature or extent of the alleged interference Matshepo More is alleged to have caused

Nersa increase places 90 000 mining jobs at risk

Initially, when Eskom made its tariff application, it was estimated it would cause 150 000 job losses while hastening the demise of the gold sector

Slice of life: Ke Mohlalefi, nna

'At family gatherings my uncles would say our clan name with so much pride'

Mpati commission queries PIC finder’s payment

Questions about the $1.7-million finders fee arose during the executive assistant to the PIC chief executive Wellington Masekesa’s testimony

Inflation outlook remains on target

Figures released by Statistics South Africa showed that CPI increased, mainly because of the increased cost of transport and insurance.

​Holomisa: BEE not worth risking state worker pensions

The UDM leader says the Mpati commission should proactively investigate the PIC’s unlisted investments

PIC given more time to recoup R4.3-bn Ayo investment

The CIPC has agreed on an extension of the time limit of that notice from 15 days to 60 days

Sagarmatha listing push linked to Survé’s ego, PIC commission hears

Attempts to have the PIC invest in the company were allegedly a means to protect the controversial media owner’s feelings

Former PIC officials implicated in VBS heist banned from financial services sector

Paul Magula and Ernest Nesane both sat on the board of VBS to guard the PIC’s interests

Ports body bungles gas deal

The Transnet National Ports Authority’s failure to act in Saldanha Bay could saddle it with costs

Sagarmatha offered PIC cut-price deal, inquiry hears

When asked whether this was ethical, Lebogang Molebatsi said, unless the arrangement was disclosed to other shareholders, “it would not be correct”.

How PIC officials managed ‘forced’ exposure to Survé deals

Investment team member testifies about Ayo and Sagarmatha transactions as having come from CEO Matjila

State asset manager losing skilled investment professionals, PIC commission hears

The PIC is struggling to retain skilled investment professionals due to non-competitive salaries and management meddling in investments

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