Lynne Brown

The Public Enterprises minister has demanded the parastatal file a report on its dealings with Gupta-linked company, Trillian.
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But it's not an admission of guilt, insists the minister.
The DBSA is reportedly at the forefront of a group of lenders who threatened to revoke their loans to Eskom unless it acted.
Kim Davids says she paid for the trip herself, but details of her trip appear in the Gupta emails.
Leaked emails show how Malusi Gigaba and Lynne Brown allegedly allowed the Guptas to infiltrate state-owned enterprises.
His reappointment caused the country yet more reputational damage.
The president has to sign a proclamation on the investigation.
The latest investigation into Eskom is a Parliamentary inquiry.
A satirical take on what we think Eskom CEO Brian Molefe's Facebook page would look like.
The reappointment of Brian Molefe is unleashing a political firestorm of note.
"If we think we're bluffing the public we've got a thing coming."
If we were the ghostwriters of Brian Molefe's Facebook account, this is what it would say.
The public enterprises minister says she was under the impression that he had resigned when he left in 2016. 
"Having had the opportunity to properly appraise the issues I have decided that I will abide by the court’s decision on the legality of Mr Molefe’s return to Eskom."
A new investigation suggests Eskom may have helped the Guptas buy a mine.
But it is unclear how the newly reappointed CEO, who voluntarily resigned, could have qualified for a retrenchment payout.
The public enterprises committee has agreed to call them before the committee to account for the “Molefe fiasco as well as the disastrous state of Eskom”.
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