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27 June 2017
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21 Jun 2017
Transnet denies claim that no CSR locomotives made in South Africa
State-owned freight logistics group Transnet has described as “inaccurate” the claim that none of the locomotives procured from China South Rail (CSR) have been manufactured locally. Research...
14 Jun 2017
The Republic of Gupta: A Story of State Capture
The Guptas rose to national infamy when a commercial airliner packed with guests for a family wedding was allowed to land at Air Force Base Waterkloof in 2013, sparking an onslaught of public...
‘Not one’ CSR locomotive made in South Africa, economic research group claims
Research commissioned by independent economic research institution Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS) has found that, despite local-content obligations, not one of the China South Rail...
12 Jun 2017
DA to lay criminal charges against Muthambi, Brown and Van Rooyen
The Democratic Alliance (DA) will lay criminal charges against three Cabinet ministers on the back of further indications of executive wrongdoing emerging from the so-called Gupta leaks, chief whip...
09 Jun 2017
EFF files criminal complaint against finance minister
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) filed a criminal complaint against Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba and the state rail company on Friday over what it says is evidence of corruption in a lucrative...
CIC Julius Malema to lay charges against Finance Minister
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The EFF CIC Julius Malema and EFF officials will lay criminal charges against the Minister of Finance and other people involved in the Transnet Locomotives crime. The charges will be laid at the...
08 Jun 2017
EFF to lay charges against Gigaba over Transnet locomotive procurement
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) on Thursday said it would open a criminal case against Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba, whom it alleged was at the centre of corruption in the procurement of...
05 Jun 2017
DA: Manny de Freitas says DA investigating possibility of criminality of Deputy Finance Minister Buthelezi’s PRASA deal
The DA will be laying criminal charges against Deputy Finance Minister, Sfiso Buthelezi, in light of reports today that while he was Chairperson of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA)...
04 Jun 2017
DA: Natasha Mazzone on State Capture: DA reiterates call for urgent Ad Hoc Committee
Following media reports today of further Gupta capture of the ANC Government, the DA reiterates our call for National Assembly Speaker, Baleka Mbete, to swiftly act on our call for an Ad Hoc...
01 Jun 2017
Leaked emails heap more pressure on Zuma
Leaked documents released by the South African media on Thursday alleging improper dealings in government contracts will open President Jacob Zuma up to renewed scrutiny and may deepen divides in...
26 May 2017
DED: Ebrahim Patel: Address by Minister of Economic Development, during the budget vote 2017/18, Parliament, Cape Town (25/05/2017)
Economic Development
The global and domestic economic context shapes the work of the Department and agencies that make up the economic development portfolio.
09 May 2017
SA: Jacob Zuma: Address by South African President, on the occasion of the official launch of the Metrorail commercialised passenger train, Pretoria (09/05/2017)
Today is an important day as we reach another critical milestone in the infrastructure development programme of our country.
04 Apr 2017
10 Mar 2017
ANC never got the R80m – Mantashe
African National Congress (ANC) secretary general Gwede Mantashe has again denied that the party got money from a Prasa contractor who won the bid to supply the controversial Afro4000 locomotives....
PRASA locomotives contractor paid ANC 'fundraisers'
Less than a week after PRASA made its first payment of nearly R500-million to the supplier of the controversial Afro4000 locomotives, the latter's managing director paid an amount of R14.3-million...
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