James Styan was a senior financial journalist in Johannesburg, where he specialised as a writer on State-Owned Entities in South Africa. He followed this up with a three-year period as a senior political correspondent for Media24 in the National Parliament of South Africa. He writes extensively in his personal capacity for various financial publications on matters relating to state-owned entities. His is the author of Blackout – The Eskom Crisis, an account of South Africa’s power challenges. His latest book is Heartbreaker: Christiaan Barnard and the First Heart Transplant.
 It’s not about me (Council Chamber)