In The News Opinion South Africa

Soothsayers spirited by self-interest predict a collapsed ANC Conference

Literally weeks before the upcoming ANC’s 54th Conference we are hearing former ANC individuals predicting the Conference will collapse. One of the first published opinions casting credibility questions on the conference started with Kgalema Motlanthe former SG and deputy president of the ANC, who told South Africa he will not attend the conference. Motlanthe cites […]

Business In The News South Africa

Eskom wants Trillian, McKinsey to pay back funds “unlawfully paid” to them

JOHANNESBURG, October 6 – Power utility Eskom on Thursday said it sought consultancy firm McKinsey and Gupta-linked firm Trillian’s “cooperation” in returning the R1 billion and R564 million, respectively, paid to them “unlawfully” in 2016 and 2017. “The interim findings from Eskom investigations, into the circumstances surrounding payments made to both the companies, point to certain decisions by […]

Lead Opinion South Africa

Aims for an ANC Presidential non-contest and the false doctrine of a third candidate as solution!

Is the ANC now legitimizing, para structures of ‘premier and chairpersons leagues’?     They say history repeats itself the first in a farce the second in tragedy. I thought of this observation as I hear some in this ANC 2017 elective season, pontificate a doctrine of working for a non-contested election, and others advocate […]

In The News South Africa

Eskom suspends CFO Anoj Singh and takes disciplinary action against former CEO

JOHANNESBURG, September 29 – South Africa’s state-owned power utility Eskom said on Friday that it has suspended Anoj Singh, its chief financial officer implicated in irregular dealings with the politically-connected Gupta business empire, and taken disciplinary action against former acting chief executive, Matshela Koko. This comes after Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown gave Eskom a final […]