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City Press

City Press


City Press is a Sunday newspaper founded in 1982 in Johannesburg, South Africa. It is an agenda setting publication, which specialises in politics, investigations, football, and leading opinion and business pages.

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7 minutos
‘i am the way & the truth’

Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe went on an angry rant against board members of the Nuclear Energy Corporation of SA (Necsa) this week, threatening them with “resistance” if they treated him like a “small boy”. The minister’s tirade took place in a meeting with Necsa executives and senior energy department officials on Tuesday. City Press has heard a recording of Mantashe’s rant. The tirade preceded the resignation on Wednesday of the entire Necsa board, with immediate effect. These board members – four in total – had stayed on as their other board colleagues quit last year. In their joint resignation statement, the four board members said they felt undermined by Mantashe as he valued neither their work nor their efforts to turn around the ailing state-owned enterprise (SOE). Necsa’s mandate is to…

6 minutos
it’s a family affair at eskom

The latest round of load shedding, which hit South Africans a fortnight ago, was partly due to the failure of equipment designed and built by a firm whose owner is related to a senior manager at the utility. Following the surprise load shedding, which came against President Cyril Ramaphosa’s assurances that there would be no power cuts until at least January 13, Eskom appointed Rula Bulk Materials Handling on an emergency basis to help fix the broken conveyer belt at Medupi Power Station. Two Eskom executives told City Press that the conveyer belt which broke at Medupi was designed and built by the same Rula Bulk, a company owned by Roelf Odendaal, whose brother is Eskom’s engineering general manager Danie Odendaal. Danie was suspended in December 2018 amid allegations of conflict of interest…

1 minutos
is there a story that needs to be heard?

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4 minutos
conflict delays appointment of transnet ceo

Six months since interviews were conducted, Transnet still does not have a permanent chief executive officer (CEO). This is because of a disagreement between the board and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan over the suitable candidate. The appointment of a permanent CEO is crucial to provide leadership and revive the state-owned rail, port and pipeline company, which was identified as a key player in state capture during the administration of former president Jacob Zuma. An official appointment has yet to be made, despite the board having submitted its short list to Gordhan in October. Questions have been asked about whether the minister would be overstepping the line should he reject the board’s preferred candidate. The prerogative to identify a suitable candidate rests with the board. According to several sources with inside information, the…

5 minutos
sabc loses r1.5bn in discount rip-off

Employees allegedly used the SABC as their personal fiefdom when they irregularly gave huge discounts – sometimes up to 85% – to big corporate clients, resulting in the public broadcaster losing at least R1.5 billion in much-needed revenue. A forensic investigation into the SABC’s Commercial Enterprise division scrutinised 35 top advertisers who contributed the lion’s share of the R6.6 billion in net airtime sales over 18 months. The report by Nexus Forensic Services, finalised in October last year, found that clients – including advertising agencies, network providers, insurance giants and fast food franchises – were handed discounts totaling R1.517 billion between January 2018 and June last year. In one instance, an insurance firm only paid 15% of the advertising rate after an official unilaterally gave a discount of 85% – against the…

3 minutos
mampintsha and babes bare all in documentary

Gqom queen Babes Wodumo’s and musician Mampintsha’s lives are far from perfect. This will become obvious to viewers when the controversial couple’s real life is shown for the first time on TV. Viewers will see the couple accusing each other of infidelity. There are also scenes of them swearing at – and beating – each other. The first episode of the three-part docu-reality show, titled Impilo, will be aired on Moja Love (DStv channel 157) on Thursday at 9.30pm. This week City Press viewed the raw footage of the first episode, hosted by rapper and TV personality Molemo “Jub Jub” Maarohanye. Jub Jub, a friend of Babes and Mampintsha, whose real names are Bongekile Simelane and Mandla Maphumulo, respectively, gets up close and personal with the couple, who have been making the headlines…