It’s been a while since Natasha Mazzone and Lynne Brown went toe-to-toe. But with the Eskom and Trillian back in the news, hostilities have been renewed.
Lynne Brown wants to question Jonas but Chief Justice Zondo is having none of it.
We’ve had an eventful day at the state capture inquiry, as Gupta lawyer Mike Hellens went into bat for his notorious clients.
If innocent, why did Zuma’s friends pay to have investigations halted?
The ball is now in Ramaphosa’s court
Remember when President Zuma removed then Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene? Well, Nene looks like he is about to become the new Chair of the Eskom board.
The Democratic Alliance’s Natasha Mazzone has, once again, slammed Minister of Public Enterprises, Lynne Brown. Eskom remains in the spotlight…
Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown has hit out at the extra scrutiny public officials face compared to those working in the private sector.
If you want answers on state capture, something tells us they’re coming today…
The Parliamentary state capture investigation has dropped its biggest bombshell yet
By the end of November, their reserves will stand at a mere R1.2bn
The Eskom parliamentary inquiry has been revealing even more dirt on the now infamous power company. From state capture to missing trillions.
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has been implicated in another huge Eskom scandal this Sunday morning. When will it stop?
Placed on leave in July. Charged with corruption in August. Suspended in September. He’s the eptiome of Eskom’s extremely dodgy dealings.
Is the damage already done?
The energy firm is facing another financial fiasco
The energy firm has shed a load of their own
One of many investigations into Eskom and friends.
Things are only getting dodgier.
No one expected to see him today.
He said, she said, but what they actually both said was he resigned.
Could this potentially be ANOTHER captured minister?