The former Eskom CEO's application for leave to appeal a ruling he pay back part of his pension payout failed on Tuesday.
Ramaphosa has ordered a Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to look into allegations of corruption at Eskom and Transnet.
“27 new projects – the biggest IPP procurement by the department to date – representing a total of R56-billion investment,” said Radebe.
Moody's says there is no clear plan at Eskom to get it out of its financial mess.
Experts say Eskom is unlikely to be granted its request, which will amount to consumers paying for corruption and mismanagement.
Decision to suspend her was "unfair labour practice", says commission – and awards her five months' salary as compensation.
New board changes are in the pipeline, while steps to turn around SOEs will be announced in the coming weeks, says Gordhan.
The National Energy Regulator of SA has warned power utility Eskom that it will not be open to steep tariff increases in the future.
A consortium of banks has granted Eskom a loan which the power utility says indicates their confidence in its turnaround plan.
Meanwhile, the Guptas have launched a court bid to stop the Bank of Baroda from leaving SA.