Four days after a Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) ruling that stated Eskom must reinstate whistle-blower Suzanne Daniels, the power utility has levelled new charges against her. On March 8 the CCMA ruled that Eskom was guilty of unfair labour practices in its two attempts to suspend Daniels, who is also head of legal at the utility, in October and December last year. The CCMA awarded Daniels five months’ remuneration as compensation and ordered that she be allowed to return to work on Monday March 19. Daniels declined to comment when contacted on Friday‚ referring queries to Eskom. Eskom on Friday morning said it would not be commenting at this stage. TimesLIVE has learnt that on March 12‚ Eskom, through attorneys Bowmans Gilfillan, communicated in an 11-page letter its intention to bring Daniels before a disciplinary hearing on three new charges. Daniels has now been accused of distributing confidential Eskom documents to the e-mail address "infoportal...

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