The state capture inquiry‘s focus on SOEs’ deals with Gupta-owned The New Age newspaper continues. On Tuesday, the inquiry heard how in 2014 Eskom signed off on millions in sponsorship deals with newspaper. It includes TNA’s infamous business breakfasts.
That’s even though at the time, the Public Protector was investigating suspected irregularities. In 2012, Eskom agreed to sponsor TNA business breakfasts at around R1-million each. In six years, the SOE paid the newspaper a reported R59.6-million.
Eskom’s marketing manager implicated former Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba. But, Gigaba denies any undue influence. The inquiry continues on Wednesday morning.
In other news – Tebogo Lerole hints at his future plans to marry Khanyi Mbau
Tebogo Lerole and Khanyi Mbau have been together for a long time and it seems the pair is ready to take things to the next level.
Taking to his Instagram page, the Kwela Tebza group member hinted at his future plans to marry the self-proclaimed Queen of Bling by posting a picture of the two dressed in matching black and white outfits (which could easily pass off as a bridal gown and wedding suit), and in the caption he let Khanyi know how she qualified to be his wife. Read more