Eskom/Brian Molefe saga: a timeline

South Africans can be forgiven for sometimes not being able to keep up with events, especially in the public sphere. Developments happen in rapid succession and it can be difficult to keep a clear picture in mind or get a good idea of the magnitude of events. In the case of the Eskom saga, which Read more >

Corruption Watch welcomes Molefe’s resignation

Corruption Watch welcomes the decision by Brian Molefe to resign as Eskom chief executive officer. The organisation regards this resignation as being in the best interests of Eskom. Its prominence as a major state owned enterprise requires that the public has confidence in its operations, functioning and leadership. The allegations against Molefe, both in the Read more >

CW welcomes the SIU’s bold Usaasa move

Corruption Watch welcomes the decision by the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to approach the Pretoria High Court to set aside the appointment of Zami Nkosi, CEO of the parastatal Universal Service Access Agency of South Africa (Usaasa). According to the Sunday Independent, the SIU is also asking the court to force the Usaasa board to Read more >