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After declaring Eskom 'technically insolvent' and unlikely to see the end of April 2019, Pravin Gordhan promised heads would roll. The Public Enterprises Minister vowed that those responsible for the entity's failures would pay.
Pravin Gordhan responded to news of nationwide load-shedding by calling an emergency meeting at Eskom. At the meeting, the Public Enterprises Minister insisted on a system audit as well as a review on all outstanding projects.
The BLF party will be appearing before the state capture inquiry to submit evidence detailing corrupt activities undertaken by Pravin Gordhan and Nhlanhla Nene. BLF claims that under their rule R4.3 billion was stolen
Zanele Lwana, deputy president of BLF, has been invited to testify at the state capture inquiry. Lwana will be appearing before the commission, chaired by Raymond Zondo, to testify against ex-minister Nene and Minister Gordhan
The Julius Malema vs Pravin Gordhan has been dragging for some time. Mostly, it was just fingers pointed and allegations made, but Malema recently took it further and dragged in Gordhan's daughter, Anisha Gordhan.
Pravin Gordhan did not mince words at today's media briefing to address operational challenges at Eskom. The Public Enterprises Minister began by saying the power utility had been "one of the centres of state capture".