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Gwede Samson Mantashe

Date of Birth: 21 June 1955
Place of Birth: Lower Cala Village, Transkei (now Eastern Cape Province)


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A change of tone

Ramaphosa may have to redeploy Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe if he is to achieve his timelines and targets in the energy sector...


Private capital, green shoots

New offeringThe first sign of this shift came on 25 September when Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe hitherto seen as delaying moves towards privatisation and joint ventures published the terms of a new offering in the government gazette (AC Vol 61 No 13 State companies in the firing line)...


Cyril wins a battle over graft

Party leaders such as ANC chair Gwede Mantashe won the day by portraying Zuma's letter as an act of treachery which broke the taboo on predecessors publicly attacking the incumbent amounting to an attack on the ANC itself...

ANC Chair Gwede Mantashe appeared before the Integrity Commission regarding free security upgrades he accepted for his house from the late Gavin Watson and his company Bosasa...


Showdown to follow lockdown

But ANC chair Gwede Mantashe then contradicted Magashule saying that the ANC's top six were to meet with local officials on 9 July to discuss the matter...


State companies in the firing line

BlockagesRamaphosa is also facing growing pressure to discipline Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe a political heavyweight and party chair who is blamed for blocking changes that would help solve the country's chronic power shortages (AC Vol 60 No 24 Grasping the Eskom nettle)...


Cyril's double crisis

Without naming him the report put Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe who is also chairman of the ruling African National Congress on the spot for failing to fast-track renewable energy and independent power producers to supplement the national grid run by the debt-ridden power utility Eskom (AC Vol 60 No 24 Grasping the Eskom nettle & Vol 61 No 4 Ramaphosus interruptus)...


Ramaphosa’s next test

And the rent-seekers loyal to Zuma have been finding common cause with some Ramaphosa supporters – such as powerful ANC chair and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe – who resent the proposed cuts and the prospect of incremental privatisation of failed state-owned enterprises such as Eskom and South African Airways...


Tito takes on the workers

The Finance Minister insisted it is up to Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe to implement the government's integrated energy plans and oversee policy and regulatory changes to liberalise the energy market...


Ramaphosus interruptus

He elaborated on Mines and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe's relaxation of restrictions on private power companies competing with the ailing state utility Eskom...


The state of Cyril Ramaphosa

Ramaphosa is also to clarify a plan announced by Mines Minister Gwede Mantashe last week to allow mining and other big companies to generate their own electricity and cut pressure on Eskom...


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