Eskom sneaks major contracts to Impulse despite probe
The company partly owned by suspended CEO Matshela Koko’s stepdaughter receives contracts while being investigated
Three days after Eskom put acting CE Matshela Koko on leave to probe allegations that a company partly owned by his stepdaughter was awarded enormous contracts, the electricity producer sneaked the company in question onto the Eskom supplier database.
And as late as last week, Eskom gifted Impulse with more new contracts, despite its relationship with the supplier still being under investigation.
This would appear to be a post facto attempt by Eskom to correct a breach in which Impulse was awarded contracts by a division headed by Koko before it was included in the panel of suppliers.
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