/ 10 November 2021

Eskom audit controls too poor to prove that irregular expenditure was capped at R11-billion

Eskom’s power stations are major contributors to both greenhouse gas emissions and toxic air pollution.
With two units at Koeberg nuclear power station likely to be out of commission at the same time, Eskom will struggle to keep the lights on, said Electricity Minister Kgosientsho Ramokgopa.
The power utility’s external auditors said record-keeping was so inadequate that it would have to be resolved before management could devise a realistic plan to curb waste and fraud

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