/ 3 March 2023

Cabinet, board knew about Eskom corruption – and did nothing

De Ruyter Ramaphosa Mantashe
In the know: Then Eskom chief executive André de Ruyter (left) briefs Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe (second left), President Cyril Ramaphosa (centre) and others about corruption and sabotage at Tutuka power station.
Syndicates, sabotage, theft and inaction by those in the know has helped bring the state-owned power producer to its knees, hurting the country in the process

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