/ 22 April 2021

‘Suspicious’ tech company EOH must pay back millions

Ceo Of Eoh Stephen Van Coller Testifies At State Capture Commission
Telling all: EOH — helmed by chief executive Stephen van Coller (above) — appeared before the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture and provided evidence of irregular money flows at EOH, which was unearthed by law firm ENSafrica. (Gallo Images/Papi Morake)
EOH allegedly inflated prices of Microsoft licences, which could have been bought by the defence department for a third of the cost

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