Eskom board recommended Matshela Koko for the position of acting CEO after the resignation of Brian Molefe.
Prasa said former CEO, Lucky Montana, must account for the R24 billion being probed over contracts under his watch.
Prasa has referred more than 60 inquiries to police related to R13.9 billion irregular expenditure highlighted by the AG's report.
The hashtag #PoorBaba is being used to make fun of President Jacob Zuma on Twitter.
Prasa appears before Scopa to account for irregular expenditure and insists investigations into possible wrong doing are underway.
Survey reveals amounts and types of bribes South Africans pay to get around breaking the law, getting jobs, and securing tenders.
Council for the Advancement of the Constitution has threatened legal action against Zuma over the amendment of the bill.
Analyst Prince Mashele says motion of no-confidence from ministers under Zuma will result in him being an even weaker President.
Fitch has listed a number of issues, including increase in political risks standards of governance, as factors to its decision.
The Presidency announced that Zuma will take the remedial action in the Public Protector's 'State of Capture' report on review.
The economy has been under pressure over the years with stagnant growth and growing unemployment.
Cosatu backs Cyril Ramaphosa to be next ANC president rather than Dlamini-Zuma, and wants Mineral Resources Minister Zwane to go.
Cosatu founding General Secretary Jay Naidoo took over the Lead SA Twitter account engaging South Africans on various issues.
Zuma has stood firm despite various calls for him to step down amid the state capture report and his support for the Gupta family.
MPs have tabled questions for Zuma to answer at his final Q&A - one of which asks about attempts to gag the state capture report.
The interview reveals a trail of lies by the Gupta brother known for being cosy with high-ranking government officials.
Numsa's Patrick Craven slates government for being more concerned with appeasing ratings agencies than dealing with poverty.
Gordhan also spoke to Karima Brown about what South Africa needs to get right in order to avoid a downgrade.
The Deputy President addressed Fedusa conference in Johannesburg on Friday and reported back on his meeting with ratings agencies.
AG announced billions in govt irregular expenditure, and economist Azar Jammine says some individuals in SOEs are abusing deals.
The AG released the report, revealing an increase of 80% in irregular expenditure mainly due to supply chain management factors.
Auditor General report reveals that non-compliance is the major reason for the 80% increase since last year.
It's 80% worse than the previous year’s R26bn in irregular spending. Bruce Whitfield interviews Auditor General Kimi Makwetu.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan SA's democracy is not without challenges, and the road towards a more inclusive economy is vital.
What impact will his departure have on South Africa and the ANC? Can we fix the damage — and how do we do that?
MD of Goldman Sachs says the signing of the pledge shows unity and sends a strong message in support of economic institutions.
Bonang Mohale says South Africa needs to work hard to avoid a down grade and shouldn't be dealing with non factual fraud charges.
A pledge has been signed in which business leaders are saying they are against corruption and will defend SA's democracy.
An investigative journalist with the Sunday Times reveals R5 billion hole which led to the SABC getting a qualified audit.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Peter Attard Montalto, Emerging Markets Economist at Nomura Plc London.
Brett Birkenstock, Overberg Asset Management director says it seems like some members of government want control over SOEs.
Considering our peers – as seen by global investors – South Africa looks pretty stable, according to Old Mutual's Izak Odendaal.
Statistics South Africa confirm that our economy contracted by 1.2% in first quarter, and Fitch gives SA a reprieve.
Financial fitness coach, Paul Roelofse says South Africans should save as much as they can & pay off debt as quickly as possible.
Whether or not SA gets a credit rating downgrade, the private and public sector need to continue to work towards economic growth.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan spoke out against cronyism and nepotism and called for accountability and integrity.
Finance fitness coach, Paul Roelofse, writes about the downgrade and the impact it has on South Africa and its citizens.
Economist explains why ratings agency Moody's has placed South Africa on review for a downgrade. How do we avoid junk status?
The residential property market in South Africa faces the possibility of real price deflation over at least the next 12 months.