Lynne Brown fires up two more probes into Eskom

Minister says Special Investigating Unit and new board of directors are examining allegations of maladministration and corruption

Cosatu and ministry butt heads over dirt at Eskom

The Department of Public Enterprises dismisses calls by Cosatu to dissolve the power utility's board

Germany aims for 80% of its energy from renewables within 35 years

Germany has cut its greenhouse gas emissions 27% from 1990’s levels but the rate of decline has flattened as it has been slow to phase out coal-fired ...

It could be more than R40m cheaper to fix your oil rig in SA rather than Spain

The maritime oil and gas industry — rig repair‚ ship repair and vessel fabrication — created more than 7,00 direct jobs and 6,000 indirect ...

Vitol drops plan to acquire Gupta firm’s coal terminal stake

The world’s largest independent oil trader dumps deal to purchase a stake in Richards Bay Coal Terminal

Probe news knocks Nigerian oil and gas giant Oando

Foreign investors are reported to have filed a petition with the US’s SEC relating to shareholding structure

IN DEPTH: Results to show graft-hit Eskom is sliding as Brown keeps dithering

The public enterprises minister failed to act on recommendation of disciplinary action against former acting CE Koko and promoted ‘inadequate’ Khoza

How far Eskom has fallen from grace

The power utility has plummeted from above sovereign to junk and below on global ratings agencies’ scales, including Moody’s

Eskom sneaks major contracts to Impulse despite probe

The company partly owned by suspended CEO Matshela Koko’s stepdaughter receives contracts while being investigated

Eskom ‘pulls a fast one’ with Impulse

The company partly owned by suspended CEO Matshela Koko’s stepdaughter receives contracts while being investigated

'Broke' allegations inaccurate, says Eskom ahead of results announcement

The power utility is due to release its financial statements on Wednesday

Broke Eskom to splash on bonuses for Brian Molefe, Matshela Koko

The parastatal is down to its last R20bn and could find itself unable to pay November salaries

Government will deepen support for Eskom but ‘won’t break budget ceiling’

The heavily indebted power utility will get state help in Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s 14-point plant to revive the country’s economy

The Eskom man behind the Guptas' R2bn discount

How Eskom insider and former board member, Mark Pamensky, helped to broker the Guptas' Optimum deal

Investors rattled by the claims of graft at Eskom

Utility meets with New York bondholders, Citibank involvement points to possibility of impaired debt covenants

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