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MP who led Eskom corruption inquiry shunned

Zukiswa Rantho has been left off the ANC’s post-election lists

Leaked Eskom inquiry report is invalid until Parly committee adopts it – chair

The committee had not adopted the report, which was then meant to be sent to those implicated for their responses

No political campaign against Gigaba, says public enterprises committee chair

​The public enterprises portfolio committee has rejected claims by Minister Malusi Gigaba that its members are attempting to discredit him

Speaker asked to weigh in on tracking down Gupta brothers, Duduzani Zuma and Myeni

Parliament's portfolio committee on public enterprises met on Tuesday to discuss steps to be taken against the witnesses.

Myeni spins excuses to Parliament

Dudu Myeni this week offered to hand deliver her doctor’s certificate to the chair of Parliament’s committee on public enterprises, Zukiswa Rantho.

Parliamentary committee to use the Hawks to track down Gupta brothers, Duduzani Zuma

Last month. the committee took the decision to summons them after they failed to appear before the inquiry after invitations were extended to them

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