The Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture on Monday heard how former Eskom executives, including both the chairman and finance director, took orders and leaked confidential company documents to people associated with the Gupta family. On his last day of evidence about corruption at the utility, Eskom chairman Jabu Mabuza told the commission that the former head of the generation division, Matshela Koko, former chairman Ben Ngubane, chief financial officer Anoj Singh and former head of legal and company secretary Suzanne Daniels leaked confidential information. This was through an e-mail address used by Salim Essa, an associate of the controversial Gupta family and majority shareholder in Trillian Capital, Eric Wood, Mohammed Bobat and Fahima Badat, all executives of advisory firm Regiments Capital. Mabuza’s evidence confirmed under oath the information published in this newspaper and in other media following the leak of a trove of e-mails from the Gupta family companies in ...

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