Gauteng – The Guptas has been found in breach of an earlier court order to return the jet. Gupta family and their acquaintances have lost an application for leave to appeal a court ruling ordering the grounding and safekeeping of their aeroplane. The South Gauteng High court ordered them to pay costs. The Guptas have five days to return the jet they rented from Canadian state-owned bank Export Development Canada. The jet which was financed by a Canadian agency, EDC and owned by Stoneriver was grounded in March.
Democratic Alliance (DA) statement: Sibusiso Sithole is not fit to turn PRASA around by DA Shadow Minister of Transport – Manny de Freitas MP
The Minister of Transport, Blade Nzimande, has “short-circuited” the revival and turnaround of the Passenger Rail Authority of South Africa (PRASA) before it has even begun by authorising the appointment of Sibusiso Sithole as the company’s CEO, despite publicly available information on his chequered past and limited knowledge of the transport sector. The DA has […]
Government is interested in developing bankable enterprises that can grow beyond its support and become commercially viable and sustainable. “We are a government that is focused on supporting entrepreneurs in order to enable them to learn and grow into the full spectrum of business activities within each economic sector’s value chain to a point where […]
Collins Ndlovu: RUSTENBURG: Just days after African National Congress Youth League(ANCYL) president Collen Maine made a surprising revelation that he was taken to the Guptas by North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo, the Economic Freedom Fighters(EFF) have proposed motion of no confidence. The motion of no confidence against North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo will take place on […]