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State capture inquiry postponed 'until further notice'

By: News24Wire      11th September 2018 The judicial commission of inquiry into state capture has been postponed until further notice, it announced on Tuesday. The hearings were expected to resume on Wednesday with the testimony of former minister of public enterprises Barbara Hogan. The commission's chair, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond... 

KLT SA in push to increase chassis frame production to meet Ford requirements

By: Irma Venter     31st May 2018 KLT Automotive and Tubular Products South Africa (KLT SA) has to increase production this year at its Hammanskraal plant, in Pretoria, from around 450 chassis frames a day, to 500 units a day, says KLT SA CEO Paul Leonard. KLT SA supplies the Ford plant in Silverton, also in Pretoria, where the... 

Mahindra, AIH start local bakkie assembly in Durban

By: Irma Venter     25th May 2018 Mahindra & Mahindra South Africa (MMSA) has initiated contract assembly of its Mahindra and Bolero bakkies in KwaZulu-Natal. Production volume will be 2 500 a year in a single shift, but can be increased to 4 000 units a year. Production is from semi-knockdown kits, imported from India through... 

Mahindra SA appoints new CEO

By: Marleny Arnoldi     6th April 2018 Car manufacturer Mahindra South Africa (SA) has appointed Rajesh Gupta to succeed Sanjoy Gupta as CEO.  

AfriForum challenges Zuma rule on influence-peddling inquiry

By: Reuters     21st February 2018 Civil rights group AfriForum wants South Africa's highest court to quash a rule signed by former president Jacob Zuma that says evidence produced at a judicial inquiry into allegations of influence-peddling cannot be used in a criminal case. The clause is part of a list of regulations signed into... 

Uncanny similarities

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     1st December 2017 What is the common denominator between South African President Jacob Zuma and Faure Gnassingbe, his opposite number in the West African nation of Togo? Both have had a torrid year, with angry citizens baying for their political demise. In South Africa, tens of thousands took to the streets early... 

Denel exits controversial Asia joint venture

By: Keith Campbell     25th August 2017 South Africa's State-owned Denel defence industrial group has exited the Denel Asia joint venture (JV) company. This was announced on Friday by Denel acting Group CEO Zwelakhe Ntshepe, addressing a media briefing (about the company's financial results) at the group's head office in Centurion,... 

Turbulent political climate set to remain – Malala  

By: David Oliveira     30th June 2017 South Africa’s turbulent political climate, which has been rocked by accusations of State capture and the surprise Cabinet reshuffle in March, is set to continue, political analyst Justice Malala has warned. “We are going through a time when we have outsourced our democracy,” he said on Friday,... 

Public Protector files complaint against predecessor for leaking Zuma interview – report 

By: Reuters     28th November 2016 The new head of South Africa's anti-graft unit, which this month alleged influence-peddling in President Jacob Zuma's cabinet, has laid a complaint against her predecessor for leaking a recorded interview with the president, newspaper Sunday Times reported on Sunday. Former watchdog Thuli... 

EFF to open case against Guptas after explosive Gordhan affidavit

By: News24Wire      17th October 2016 The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is on Sunday set to open a criminal case against the Gupta family and their company directors after “suspicious” transactions were revealed in a court application by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. EFF spokesperson Fana Mokoena said their case was based on... 

South East Asia venture 'part and parcel' of Denel’s growth strategy

By: Samantha Herbst     11th May 2016 Continuing to defend its joint venture (JV) with steel manufacturing group VR Laser Services to establish Denel Asia, State-owned defence industrial group Denel told the Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises in Parliament on Wednesday that its decision to extend its business footprint in... 

Denel Asia's problems mount

By: News24Wire      26th April 2016 Denel Asia's problems mounted on Monday after it emerged that it had not applied for a permit to the National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC), Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe said "The NCACC would appreciate any evidence or information relating to such an application as this... 

Denel grilled over Gupta-linked joint venture 

By: News24Wire      17th February 2016 Denel’s top management insisted on Wednesday that no law has been broken and that all its decisions and activities on the controversial VR Laser joint venture deal took place within the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). Denel chairperson Daniel Mantsha told MPs in the Select Committee on... 

Guptas get interdict against EFF

By: News24Wire      10th February 2016 The Gupta brothers on Tuesday obtained an urgent interdict to stop the EFF from threatening them. Judge Johan Louw granted an order in the High Court in Pretoria, interdicting the party, its leader Julius Malema and its Gauteng spokesperson Ntobeng Ntobeng from making threats of violence against... 

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