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Who’s who in Parly’s report on the Eskom inquiry?

Parliament's portfolio committee on public enterprises adopted its final report into allegations of state capture at Eskom and Transnet on Wednesday

A sickening case of liesteriosis

Natty threads can’t disguise the untruths hiding behind Gigaba’s perfectly polished smile

Gigaba shrugs off Gupta links

Gigaba did not give specific details on how he met the Gupta family, but maintained that the introduction was not made through any particular person.

Dames’ resignation a loss to Eskom – Gigaba

Malusi Gigaba said he did everything in his power to prevent former Eskom CEO Brian Dames from resigning

Dudu Myeni can’t appear before Eskom inquiry because of ill health

Former SAA board chair Dudu Myeni says she cannot physically appear before the Eskom inquiry because of health reasons

ANC schism plays out in Eskom probe

As the probe takes a breather, committee members report intimidation and more Gupta dirt emerges

Editorial: Mist shrouds Lyin’ and Brian show

'The hearings, so far, have indeed been a roundabout of accusation and counter-accusation, much denial and much fulmination'

More Eskom dirt, but no one’s to blame

In parliamentary probe into the power utility a parade of witnesses have passed the buck

Ex-Eskom chair links Lynne Brown to the Gupta family and Salim Essa

​Former Eskom chairperson Zola Tsotsi has claimed that Tony Gupta threatened Tsotsi's job if he did not help the Guptas at Eskom.

Parly probe into Eskom to put spotlight on Molefe, maladministration

The portfolio committee on public enterprises on Wednesday adopted the terms of reference of the inquiry

Eskom moves to address allegations on Gupta influence

Eskom has come under fire about the alleged influence of the Guptas on various lucrative contracts, and two board members have resigned this week.

Gupta family ‘edged me out of Eskom’, says Tsotsi

Former chairperson Zola Tsotsi says he was kicked out of the power utility after being told he wasn’t "playing the game".

How Tsotsi left the Eskom building

Far from being a fiery confrontation, the Eskom chair's exit was a distinctly gentlemanly affair.

Eskom’s Tsotsi resigns as chair and director

After a three hour board meeting Eskom chairperson Zola Tsotsi has resigned.

Tsotsi: JZ told me, ‘do what you need to do’

Eskom chairperson Zola Tsotsi says the President backed him when he said he wanted to set up an inquiry to investigate "rot" at the power utility.

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