Business Day’s top 10 news stories of 2019
In between an election, power and water crises, and numerous scandals, corruption drew the most attention in 2019
1. Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane dominated the news cycle throughout 2019, often for the wrong reasons. In June, Business Day reported that her predecessor, Thuli Madonsela, denied that she too had revealed confidential aspects of her investigations to the public.
2. Jacob Zuma may have left the Union Buildings early in 2018, but the former president continues to find himself in the news. Now, however, the reports do not detail his surprise cabinet reshuffles but rather his legal woes...