May 2021

Posts for May 2021 3 May 2021 Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana used his appearance before the state capture commission on Monday to throw the ANC under the bus for its fundraising strategies, some of which he says come at a great cost to state-owned entities (SOEs). Montana said there is a long-standing culture in Read more >

June 2021

Posts for June 2021 1 June 2021 Lucky Montana has been accused by two of his former subordinates of fabricating evidence he submitted to the state capture commission. The former CEO of Prasa told the commission during his appearance last month that former legal head Martha Ngoye and current head of strategy Tiro Holele were Read more >

July 2021

Posts for July 2021 5 July 2021 Former president Jacob Zuma used the opportunity of a media briefing at his Nkandla home on Sunday evening to take a swipe at both the judiciary and the current administration, likening the state of affairs to apartheid-type rules of persecuting people because of who they are and not Read more >

August 2021

Posts for August 2021 10 August 2021 Former South African Airways CEO Siza Mzimela has stuck to her guns on the conduct of Malusi Gigaba during what appeared to be an attempt to bully the national airline into relinquishing a flight route between Johannesburg and Mumbai, India. Gigaba was minister of public enterprises between 2010 Read more >

October 2021

Posts for October 2021 22 October 2021 Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has dismissed allegations by the former director-general of the State Security Agency, Arthur Fraser, against him claiming that he blocked crucial evidence from being heard before the state capture commission. Zondo released a media statement on Thursday in his capacity as chairperson of Read more >

January 2022

Posts for January 2022 6 January 2022 Former South African Airways (SAA) chairperson Dudu Myeni and her fellow board member and counterpart at the airline’s subsidiary SAA Technical, Yakhe Kwinana, oversaw a state-owned entity riddled with corruption during their terms, and fuelled a culture of bullying, fear and purging of executives who did not agree Read more >

February 2022

Posts for February 2022 3 February 2022 Former Transnet GCEOs Brian Molefe and Siyabonga Gama, along with former GCFO Anoj Singh and one-time board chairperson Iqbal Sharma were found by the state capture commission to have been instrumental in the capture of the parastatal. This was in the period between 2011, when Molefe took office, Read more >

March 2022

Posts for March 2022 3 March 2022 Minerals and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe does not agree with the findings of the commission of inquiry into state capture that there is reasonable suspicion that he had a corrupt relationship with Bosasa. Mantashe held a media briefing on Wednesday, the day after the third instalment of the Read more >

May 2022

Posts for May 2022 2 May 2022 The state capture commission wants those involved in the “sham” that was the Free State asbestos eradication project in 2014 to face criminal investigations and potential prosecution. Commission chairperson Chief Justice Raymond Zondo concludes in the latest edition of his report – released last Friday – that the Read more >