Mmusi Maimane said President Jacob Zuma deserved absolutely no credit for finally deciding to appoint a Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.
Jacob Zuma still hasn’t commented on Wednesday’s ruling dismissing his application to have the state capture report reviewed and ordering him to pay costs.
The perjury charges relate to various statements made by the president in his “unreasonable” continued litigation which resulted in an “irreconcilable contradiction”.
Suspended Eskom CFO Anoj Singh’s gamble submitting documents the night before his testimony paid off as it has been postponed to next year.
The inquiry into corruption allegations at Eskom is set to continue on Tuesday, with members of the board and suspended CFO Anoj Singh set to testify.
Trade unions affiliated with the South African Federation of Trade Unions will on Thursday stage a picket outside Eskom’s headquarters in Sandton, Gauteng.
Parliament has confirmed that it will be increasing security for members involved in the inquiry into allegations of corruption at Eskom.
Transnet has confirmed that media reports have resulted in the SOE launching investigations into reported payoffs to companies connected to the Gupta family.
A fiery Parliamentary debate into state capture allegations in Parliament on Tuesday has exposed further divisions within the ruling ANC.
Parliament’s inquiry into corruption allegations at Eskom has taken a sinister turn, with reports that a committee member has been intimidated.