Tag: Popo Molefe

#MiningIndaba2020: Why infrastructure remains critical to attracting investment in SA’s mining sector

Billy Mawasha, Director of Prieska Copper-Zinc Mine Orion Minerals and Popo Molefe Chairperson, Transnet sat down with CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop at the Mining Indaba in Cape Town to discuss the investment environment in South Africa’s mining sector and why infrastructure remains critical to driving investment in mining.

Popo Molefe on challenges facing SA’s railway industry

CNBC Africa spoke with the Chairperson of Transnet, Popo Molefe about the challenges that face the industry due to advancements that have been brought on by the fourth industrial revolution.

Transnet’s plan to attract investment in #Davos

One of South Africa's biggest railway companies Transnet is set to engage with key players globally in order to attract investment which will boost economic growth. CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters caught up with Tau Morwe, Transnet's Acting Group Chief Executive and Popo Molefe, Chairperson of Transnet to find out more about Transnet's participation at the World Economic Forum.

Transnet corruption was nothing short of a horror movie – Popo Molefe

Transnet says it was the first target of state capture. At a press conference this morning, Board Chairman Dr Popo Molefe said what they found “was nothing short of a horror movie.” But they are working to stabilise the embattled parastatal and recover the money from irregular contracts.

Transnet’s Popo Molefe on decision to suspend execs

The deadline is looming for three Transnet executives, including the CEO to respond to the board’s intention to suspend them over gross misconduct. CNBC Africa's Fifi Peters caught up with Transent Chairman Popo Molefe for more.

Molefe sheds light on Transnet suspension notices

The CEO and two other senior officials of state-owned logistics utility, Transnet are facing suspension. Transnet board served CEO Siyabonga Gama, chief procurement officer Thamsanqa Jiyane and supply chain manager Lindiwe Mdletshe with notices of intention to suspend. Transnet Board Chairperson, Popo Molefe joins CNBC Africa for more.
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