Gordhan is expected to answer questions over the allegations of rampant corruption at national power utility Eskom.
Gordhan will face Parliament’s SCOPA over allegations of corruption made by former Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter.
SCOPA is meeting with law enforcement over corruption allegations made by former Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter.
On Tuesday, SCOPA will meet with law enforcement agencies to get to the bottom of Andre de Ruyter’s Eskom allegations.
Gordhan is set to visit China to resolve a deadlock between Transnet and a Chinese state-owned locomotive company.
De Ruyter is appearing before Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts to explain his recent allegations of corruption at Eskom.
Build One SA (BOSA) has urged former Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter to disclose every detail on corruption during his tenure before Parliament.
SCOPA heard that approximately R5.1 billion of NSFAS funds had been spent on ineligible students. The revelations were made during a SIU briefing.
SCOPA chairperson, Mkhuleko Hlengwa has apologised to Eskom board member, Busisiwe Mavuso following their heated exchange over Eskom.
“I’m not going to be told to behave as if I am a naughty 12-year-old schoolgirl,” said Eskom board member Busi Mavuso
The DA says Eskom Board member, Busisiwe Mavuso who stormed out during a SCOPA meeting after a heated exchange should be praised.
John Steenhuisen fully supports Eskom Board member, Busisiwe Mavuso who stormed out of a SCOPA meeting after some heated exchange.
Eskom board member Busisiwe Mavuso had a heated exchange with SCOPA chair Mkhuleko Hlengwa on Friday
Eskom board member Busi Mavuso didn’t mince her words, telling SCOPA the utility’s problems should be attributed to the ANC-led government
SCOPA met to discuss President Cyril Ramaphosa’s response to disturbing utterances attributed to him in a leaked audio clip
SCOPA had given President Cyril Ramaphosa up to 10 days to explain utterances attributed to him in a leaked audio clip
Ramaphosa was given 10 days to respond to SCOPA’s questions about allegations that implicate him in the alleged misuse of public funds.
The Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) has sent questions to President Cyril Ramaphosa over the leaked audio clip
The Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) wants President Cyril Ramaphosa to explain his shocking utterances on leaked audio
This comes as ANC MP, Mervyn Dirks had petitioned the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) to summon President Cyril Ramaphosa.
SCOPA has revealed that of the 9 477 senior managers in Provincial and National government, 3 301 do not have the required qualifications.
Numsa believes that Andre De Ruyter “has demonstrated total inability to stabilise Eskom”.
Politicians from all corners have been left enraged by the behaviour of Eskom’s Chairperson, after he dodged Parliamentary scrutiny via a WhatsApp message.
Scopa chairperson Mkhuleko Hlengwa says a criminal investigation should be launched following the PPE tender scandal which has implicated Bandile Masuku and Khusela Diko.
The Public Works minister was questioned at Parliament by Scopa over “irregular expenditure”