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Eskom ‘misled’ treasury over multi-billion rand Gupta contract

According to testimony before the Zondo commission, Eskom appears to have misled treasury about the quality of coal from a Gupta-owned coal mine

Eskom’s coal supply threatened by foiled Optimum deal, Zondo inquiry hears

​The decision taken by then Eskom CEO Brian Molefe to give Optimum coal mine the cold shoulder jeopardised the coal supply to the Hendrina station

Zondo commission: Eskom ‘fooled the system’ to pay the Guptas

Eskom was effectively 'fooling the system' when it made a multimillion-rand prepayment to the Guptas for coal from the ailing Optimum coal mine

Zondo commission to hear how the Guptas nabbed their Optimum coal mine

Former Glencore CEO Clinton Ephron will take the stand on Wednesday and is set to outline how the company was pressured into selling the Optimum mine

SIU wants Eskom-Tegeta R3.7bn coal contract cancelled

The ten-year contract is expected to end in 2025

Gupta looters leave SA in the dark

And a planned PetroSA plant shutdown meant Eskom could not replenish diesel supplies

‘Why are you fighting with the Gupta family?’

A forensic report into maladministration at Eskom and Transnet paints a picture of Koko's hand in the Guptas' alleged capture of Eskom

Gigaba, Koko and Singh named in bombshell treasury report on rot at Eskom, Transnet

The report also implicates whistleblower Suzanne Daniels

Banks called out over Gupta heists

A new report focuses on the role of financial institutions in the illicit movement of of money

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