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ANC calls Eskom out on irrational and incoherent Molefe statement

The African National Congress said the statement issued by Eskom on Tuesday, suggesting that its Chief Executive Brian Molefe had been on unpaid leave from the power utility, was irrational and untenable.

Consolidating household debts into home loan is a risky business

Experts have warned that while it is tempting to try and consolidate all of your debts into your home home loan, homeowners should try to err on the side of caution when doing so.

Eskom Board suing Shadow Minister for R80-million

Natasha Mazzone has called on Minister Lynne Brown to suspend the Eskom board with immediate effect, after accusing it of keeping her in the dark.

Time to dispense of the nonsense, Brian Molefe resigned from Eskom

John Steenhuisen said Brian Molefe had been proven a dishonourable man, no matter what kind of spin Eskom and Lynne Brown had tried to put on it.

DA: We will soon be asking our children to stop telling Molefes

Shadow Minister for Public Enterprises Natasha Mazzone said the situation at power utility Eskom had gone from the sublime, to the ridiculous.

Steenhuisen: Eskom can't hide behind sub judice rule

Chief Whip for the Democratic Alliance said Eskom and Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown had a duty to account to Parliament.

Expert says best time to buy a house is now

Some Home Loan experts say first-time buyers will be faced with difficult decisions during the next six months, despite improved affordability on homes.

Karoo becoming more attractive to property buyers, find out why

Cultural icon Coenie de Villiers once wrote a beautiful song, which accurately captures the charms of South Africa's Karoo.

Death of 31 illegal miners a painful reminder of the dangers involved

South Africa's Chamber of Mines said it was deeply concerned, after 31 people were killed in an underground methane explosion at a closed mine in the Free State.

Numsa: GM mustn't dump their products here when they're gone

Irvin Jim said it was difficult to say just how significant the impact will be, when General Motors scales down its operations in South Africa.
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