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South Africa's new finance minister, Malusi Gigaba looks on after the swearing in of cabinet ministers following a reshuffle that replaced Pravin Gordhan as finance minister with Gigaba along with various other ministers and their deputies in Pretoria

Gigaba endorses Dudu Myeni‚ SAA board

Finance minister Malusi Gigaba has expressed full confidence in SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni and the airline's board of directors‚ although he says he will remain hands on at the troubled national carrier.

He resigned. He retired. No‚ he was on unpaid leave – the desperate attempt to explain Molefe’s reinstatement

Government‚ Eskom and the parastatal's board seem to be involved in a game of twister as they desperately try to explain away Eskom's CEO Brian Molefe's departure and now subsequent return.

Stop playing, end the nonsense over Molefe’s reinstatement: Gordhan tells Eskom board

Former finance minister Pravin Gordhan has laid into the Eskom board and Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown‚ telling them to "stop playing" and end the "nonsense" over the reinstatement of Brian Molefe as the utility's CEO.

Anti-corruption task team investigating Gupta coal deal

The government’s anti-corruption task team (ACTT) is investigating the Eskom coal deal with the Gupta family mentioned in former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela’s ‘State of Capture’ report.

Audit finds R17 billion in irregular expenditure in municipalities

Municipalities across the country run by the African National Congress incurred R17-billion in irregular expenditure before new administrations took over after the August elections.