EOH, which uncovered R1.2bn in suspicious payments, plans to shut down the business unit most closely associated with serious governance failings and wrongdoing.

The beleaguered technology group, which provides a variety of technology software and hardware services, is trying to reinvent itself following allegations of corruption in its past dealings with the government.

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