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Eskom said it had implemented 80% of the recommendations made by law firm Dentons, but the utility has flatly refused to say what those recommendations were. The law firm was tasked by Eskom in 2015 to look into its recent business failings. "Two years later, 13 out of 18 recommendations have been implemented. These recommendations encompass, inter alia, information technology, legal, security and supply chain management," said Eskom spokesman Khulani Qoma. He said the Dentons investigation had fulfilled the terms of reference of the probe, "with no explicit attention to misconduct, the board moved expeditiously to restore the business". Eskom’s insistence that Dentons gave it 18 recommendations to implement is a continuation of the utility’s lies. The Dentons report that Eskom was forced to publish in February, after Business Day and the Financial Mail exposed it, contains no recommendations for Eskom. That’s because the probe was stopped midway. Unable to supply the economy with a...

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