Jacob Maroga

Eskom executive committee paid 109% more in 2011

Eskom has paid executive committee members 109% more in 2011 than last year, according to its financial statements for the year ended March 31.

Maroga appeals Eskom judgement

Eskom's former CEO Jacob Maroga -- who last week lost his court bid for reinstatement -- has now appealed the ruling.

Maroga judgement a lesson in how to run public enterprises

It was probably the first major news story of January 2010: Jacob Maroga's demand for R85-million in compensation following his departure from Eskom.

Maroga’s version ‘just not true’, says court

Judge Thokozile Masipa ruled against Jacob Maroga in the R85-million lawsuit that he had brought against Eskom for unlawful dismissal.

Maroga loses Eskom court bid

Eskom's former CEO, Jacob Maroga, lost his court bid to be reinstated to his position, the company said on Saturday.

Eskom appoints new CEO

Eskom on Tuesday appointed Brian Dames as its new chief executive, the power utility said in a statement.

The strange case of the resignation that wasn’t

<b>Kevin Davie</b> was present at court to observe the case of Jacob Maroga versus Eskom.

Judgement reserved in Maroga compensation claim

Judgement was reserved on Wednesday in former Eskom CEO Jacob Maroga's court attempt to get an R85-million payout from Eskom for firing him.

Maroga paid bonus after being fired, court hears

Former Eskom CEO Jacob Maroga was paid a R2,3-million performance bonus in February, in spite of being fired, a court heard on Tuesday.

Maroga sacking illegal, court told

The termination of Jacob Maroga's employment as CEO of power utility Eskom was illegal, a court heard on Monday.

Maroga begins compensation claim against Eskom

Jacob Maroga's R85-million compensation claim against Eskom began in the South Gauteng High Court on Monday.

Maroga’s termination ‘unlawful’

The termination of former Eskom CEO Jacob Maroga's employment contract has been found to be unlawful by the high court in Johannesburg.

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Response to the report of the independent assessors

VUT welcomes the publishing of the report of the independent assessors to investigate concerns of poor governance, leadership, management, corruption and fraud at the university.