Sakeliga welcomes withdrawal of Eskom cover-up regulations

Sakeliga welcomes the announcement by Finance Minister, Enoch Godongwana, that the exemption for Eskom from provisions under the Public Finance Management Act will be “withdrawn for now.” Nevertheless, Sakeliga has already started investigating the extent to which similar exemptions are being contemplated for other state entities. Sakeliga’s legal team are submitting PAIA applications to determine which […]

Sakeliga demands that cover-up regulations regarding Eskom wastage be withdrawn

Sakeliga’s attorneys are currently drafting a letter to the Minister of Finance, in which we demand that the minister provide reasons for his decision that Eskom does not need to declare irregular expenditures, as well as fruitless and wasteful expenditures, in its financial statements.   This controversial decision was published in the government gazette on March […]

Sakeliga takes Eskom to court over load reduction 

Sakeliga, in collaboration with Agri North-West, TLU SA and affected businesses, launched a court application against Eskom today with the view of ending targeted load reduction on numerous feeder lines across the country. For more than a year now, Eskom has regularly and for hours on end been terminating the power supply of direct users […]

Sakeliga obtains court order against Dlamini-Zuma over lockdown records

Lockdown decision processes will be made public for the first time For the first time since the declaration of a national state of disaster for Covid-19 in March 2020, the veil of secrecy over the government’s decision-making processes regarding Covid disaster management regulations will be lifted. This is owing to a court victory that Sakeliga […]