A report from the National Treasury has exposed the level of corruption at power utility Eskom and Transnet, as well as the influence former home affairs minister Malusi Giga had in how Gupta-linked companies benefited from the rail operator's new Chinese locomotives.
Former Minister Named in Bombshell Treasury Report on Rot at State Entities
News24Wire, 16 November 2018
National Treasury has released a bombshell report of more than 600 pages detailing the extent of rot at Transnet and Eskom over the last six years - and says Malusi Gigaba… Read more »
Left: Former home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba. Top-right: Eskom's Megawatt Park Head Office. Bottom-right: Transnet locomotive.
The Zondo Commission of Inquiry into alleged state capture has reconvened with former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan bringing her testimony, which centres on the funding ... Read more »
Chinese rail giant - China South Rail - which allegedly paid the controversial Gupta family over U.S.$423 million in bribes, has asked the government for exemptions on locally ... Read more »
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