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Eskom CEO Brian Molefe. Picture: MARTIN RHODES

LETTER: Eskom’s Chose Choeu shoots the messenger

Eskom should follow the world — which is thinking twice about nuclear energy — and not the gravy, writes Henry Watermeyer

LETTER: Ruin lies in 51% figure

President Jacob Zuma. Picture: GCIS

The 51% BEE requirement has been primarily responsible for the demise of the Zimbabwean economy, the final nail in its coffin

LETTER: Expropriation issues

DEFENDER:  Deputy Public Works Minister Jeremy Cronin has consistently defended the bill, claiming it was fully compliant with the Constitution’s property clause. Picture: PUXLEY MAKGATHO

In 2013 I made a comprehensive presentation on the draft bill to the house, where its broad principles were positively endorsed

LETTER: Say which of these facts are not true

Supra Mahumapelo. Picture: PUXLEY MAKGATHO

Aninka Claassens invites Supra Mahumapelo to point out which facts are not true

LETTER: Eskom sneers at us

Electricity pylons at an Eskom coal-burning power station near Sasolburg. Picture: REUTERS/SIPHIWE SIBEKO

Is there any reason why we should not have more transparency and engagement from the government, Nersa and Eskom on energy decisions?

LETTER: Congo power cheaper

Picture: THINKSTOCK

Please remember if the twin Koeberg nuclear reactors had been built by Jan van Riebeeck, we taxpayers would still be paying to store and guard its high-level radioactive waste

LETTER: Promises and blame

Picture: THINKSTOCK

I am so tired of rhetoric, insults and, frankly, lack of simple vision from all political parties


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The Third Umpire

Disgraced former Fifa head Sepp Blatter, who now claims to have personal experience of the draws for European football competitions being fixed. So he knew about this and didn’t kick up a fuss? And he insists he is clean!

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PPC CEO Darryll Castle has pulled out all the stops since taking charge to try to keep the cement maker afloat, but Deloitte’s disclaimer on the group’s ability to continue as a going concern comes as a cruel blow.

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Now that wasn’t so painful, was it? Collapsing the Pick n Pay pyramid control structure won’t change the Ackerman family’s control of the group, but has already unlocked billions of rand in value for Pikwik shareholders.

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