MPs must find a way to handle André de Ruyter’s allegations and a protected disclosure accusing Pravin Gordhan of wrongdoing in the SAA sale
The former executives are being pursued for the purchase of Optimum coal mine by Gupta-owned Tegeta
The Investigating Directorate has filed an application worth R2-billion that could see the mine, the shares Tegeta holds plus debt intended to be converted into a majority stake in the mine
It was preposterous to imagine Glencore banked on Ramaphosa to help Eskom bow to its coal-price hike demands, Clinton Ephron told the Zondo commission
Former Eskom chief executive paints himself as the victim of a plot at the hands of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s former business associates
As former Eskom board member Pat Naidoo claims ignorance of Tegeta deal, Zondo counters that the evidence was staring him in the face
A string of errors saw Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo chastise the commission’s team as he was forced to allow a vital Eskom witness more time, when the commission has very little left
As the testimony about how Eskom was captured is heard, former high ranking officials feign shock and can’t explain how multimillion-rand contracts were paid before a single deliverable was met
According to testimony before the Zondo commission, Eskom appears to have misled treasury about the quality of coal from a Gupta-owned coal mine
The decision taken by then Eskom CEO Brian Molefe to give Optimum coal mine the cold shoulder jeopardised the coal supply to the Hendrina station
Eskom was effectively ‘fooling the system’ when it made a multimillion-rand prepayment to the Guptas for coal from the ailing Optimum coal mine
Former Glencore CEO Clinton Ephron will take the stand on Wednesday and is set to outline how the company was pressured into selling the Optimum mine
The ten-year contract is expected to end in 2025
And a planned PetroSA plant shutdown meant Eskom could not replenish diesel supplies
A forensic report into maladministration at Eskom and Transnet paints a picture of Koko’s hand in the Guptas’ alleged capture of Eskom
The report also implicates whistleblower Suzanne Daniels
A new report focuses on the role of financial institutions in the illicit movement of of money
The power utility said it was doing everything possible to deal with the coal crisis but the risk of load shedding ‘always exists’
Charles King SA approached the court on Thursday last week after hearing that the shares in question were to be sold by Tegeta
The policing unit still needs hard evidence but says that the investigation is ‘receiving attention’
Eskom’s ex-financial officer’s swanky pad and R16m in strange transactions are part of probe
Following a period of investigation, the professional body has decided to issue charges of misconduct against the chartered accountant
The Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources has said it welcomes a report recommending the reopening of the mine
The mines are largely viable as mining operations, but optimal function requires the ‘right management’, members of parliament heard on Wednesday
The utility has said it is sourcing additional coal from suppliers to ensure that there are outages this winter
The power utility’s use of open cycle gas turbines has spiked in recent months, with fuel spend on these peaking power stations soaring almost 30 fold
After the CCMA declared the utility’s former head of legal’s dismissal as "unfair", Eskom charged her with "serious misconduct"
The Bank of Baroda was the only bank willing to transact with the Guptas after the "big four" banks in South Africa foreclosed on them.
Eskom delayed suspending Matshela Koko in March 2017 to avoid litigation, the Eskom inquiry heard.
The DA is accusing Eskom of knowing Tegeta, Optimum and Trillian had used fraudulent certificates.
Three companies submitted their BBBEE certificates to Eskom to secure contracts and meet internal procurement criteria during the course of 2016.
Two business rescue practitioners are going to save Gupta companies and pay employees on time