Tebogo Tshwane is a curious and enthusiastic journalist with an interest in public policy and labour. She started her career at Eyewitness News as an intern and then moved to the Mail and Guardian where she was a business reporter underneath the Adamela Trust before joining Moneyweb in 2019.

Ramaphosa: Economic turnaround requires urgency but will not be quick

President addresses National Assembly in his first Q&A since taking office.

Historical pact overshadowed by Samwu factional battles

Questions over whether Samwu’s formerly expelled leader in the Johannesburg region had authority to sign a partnership agreement with the city.

City of Joburg and unions ‘do away’ with wildcat strikes

Historic agreement will remain in place irrespective of which party is in power.

Kholofelo Maponya demands opportunity to clear his name

Says multiple attempts to appear before the inquiry were ignored despite serious allegations being made against him.

PIC’s security swop in Steinhoff deal was sensible ‘at the time’

A few months after trading its security for funds, the share collapsed.

‘Agonising’ says former PIC director of the prolonged corruption probe

Sibusisiwe Zulu, accused of approving deals for her lover, cleared by PwC lifestyle audit.

Ayo was used to push me out of the PIC, Matjila says

Former CEO admits to making enemies on the board – because of the ‘tight ship’ he ran.

Not much to show from commitments made at Jobs Summit

After it promised over 250 000 jobs annually.

Liberty says it is not using Discovery brand unlawfully

Describes the case as ‘ill-conceived’ and intended to scare off competition.

Eskom has 18 months to get its house in order

The era of bailouts is over, warns Gordhan.

Matjila says from his experience, Ayo’s valuation was ‘reasonable’

PIC paid the highest asking price for Ayo Technology, and its former CEO sees nothing wrong with that.

PIC board ‘fully autonomous’

New chair says board will restore the R2trn organisation to its former glory.

Matjila: Deviation from PIC processes for Ayo deal was justified

Survé-linked transaction is one of the most controversial to be interrogated at the commission of inquiry.

Survé’s debt-for-shares plan to clear Independent Media’s PIC debt

Proposal made after the newspaper group was unable to make repayments on its close to R1bn loan.

Matjila: I had no desire to spy on my colleagues

Former PIC CEO says he monitored their emails to protect the institution.

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