Business

Why Eskom is backing the pebble

Eskom’s chief nuclear officer discusses the utility’s renewed interest in the PBMR with EE-News investigative editor Chris Yelland On 27 March 2017, EE Publishers’ investigative editor, Chris Yelland, and assistant editor, Pierre Potgieter, interviewed Eskom’s chief…


Gordhan, Jonas look set to go

There is mounting speculation that President Jacob Zuma will dismiss both Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan – who only yesterday told eNCA that he was “still” Finance Minister – and deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas today, but…


CT lays on career spread

Thousands of high school learners are participating in career expos around the city, in the build-up to the city-wide expo later this year. The City of Cape Town’s media office reports 28 March 2017 – The City…


SA takes discretionary rule path

The subjugation of black South Africans to arbitrary, discretionary rule by officialdom and the whims of politicians was one of the hallmarks of apartheid. It is no surprise, therefore, that South Africa’s 1996 constitution contains provisions…



SA may be entering abyss

One can’t make it up. President Jacob Zuma has carried out a public relations disaster of note by instructing his Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan together with the Deputy Minister of Finance Mcebisi Jonas to cancel…