Construction group, Stefanutti is defending itself against allegations of unethical conduct in its dealings with Eskom. The company says its engagements with its clients including Eskom, have been open and transparent. Investigative journalist of the Daily Maverick – and writer of the article, Pieter-Louis Myburgh joins CNBC Africa for more.
Why SA’s President Zuma set up a state capture inquiry he didn’t need to
The president of Nigeria's upper house of parliament is to be investigated by lawmakers over allegations that he attempted to evade payment of customs duties on a car, after parliamentarians voted on...
Zuma's lawyers wrote to the court on Thursday saying he wanted the investigation to be re-opened so that he could question witnesses himself
Nigeria's upper house of parliament last month agreed to investigate whether Africa's biggest telecoms company.
"I can confirm that the president has applied for a court interdict," Zuma's spokesman Bongani Ngqulunga said.