Eskom’s request to increase electricity granted after poor administrators of SA-regime succumb to unrealistically high demands – annual revenue of the state entity will now increase by R784bn

SA taxpayers will now have to fork out an extra R9 million over the next three years, in the face of tough economic challenges, to sustain the Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini’s lavish lifestyle

Gerrie Nel and Barry Roux are joining forces with the financial backing of AfriForum vows to appeal Coligny murder sentence

Motorists in SA now have to fill the bankrupt ANC regime’s treasury – 60% of fuel price consists of taxes and levies

Natasha Mazzone (DA) fears Eskom could plunge SA into a “Chinese debt trap”, China is already taking countries for bad debts

Cyril Ramaphosa expected to sign controversial Aarto Bill (Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences) into law

City Council of Pretoria will replace 13,000 prepaid power meters in the next 4 months after it has been found that PEU Capital Partners’ meters are not valid

ANC Senior received kickback of R300 000 for Jazz-Festival that never took place, costing taxpayers a whopping R28 mil – Heads must role!

Transnet wants to keep R2,5bn Gupta contract after High Court ordered contract to be cancelled – Wonder water favours and gifts are at stake here?

It seems likely that rolling petrol price increases, last experienced in the latter half of 2018, are expected to make a dubious return this year – Petrol price increase in March to be higher than first expected

SARS intensifying revenue collection efforts and bring to book tax dodgers – Seems like the cash strapped ANC is in dire need of money?

SA’s largest township owes Eskom R17 billion – Soweto residents respond: Hell no, we won’t pay for electricity!

Loadshedding left a trail of destruction in South Africa, weakening the poor economy by at least R10bn; this should be a costly lesson for the Ramaphosa government

South Africa’s new state-owned bank could be a big R7 billion mistake, National Treasury has warned of the possible harmful effects of introducing a state-owned bank into South Africa’s current financial system

SAA pay Comair R1,1 billion, where does the bankrupt state entity get the money from?