Valli Moosa

Editorial: ANC must not do business with state

If a bidding company's financial relationship has the potential to favour it in the award of a tender, it should not be bidding in the first place.

Amplats appoints Valli Moosa as chairperson

Former environment minister Valli Moosa has been appointed as the independent non-executive chairperson of Anglo American Platinum.

Gaming board defies MEC

Staff question the reasons for a second office move in less than two years and stay put.

COP17: Valli Moosa drafted to ease deadlock

India's refusal to commit to emission cuts has raised fears of a conference dead-end.

Strike: ANC smells a rat

Samwu's plans to down tools days before the election is 'in poor taste', says the ANC.

Chancellor House nets R50m from Eskom deal

The ANC's investment arm Chancellor House will receive R50-million over eight years in profits from Eskom's Medupi and Kusile Power Stations.

Residents complain to World Bank about Eskom loan

Limpopo residents on Tuesday filed a complaint with the World Bank about the $3,75bn loan sought by Eskom to help finance the Medudi power plant.

Cosatu welcomes Public Protector finding on Moosa

Cosatu expressed concern after the Public Protector found that former Eskom chairperson Valli Moosa had acted improperly when awarding a contract.

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