Trade union Solidarity is giving former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe seven days to pay the R700,000 owed to it, while the power utility has given him until next week to cough up about R10m in pension payments that were unlawfully paid to him. 

Solidarity said it received a letter from Molefe's lawyers on Friday requesting a 30-day postponement for the payment of R700,000. This was after the trade union had instructed the sheriff to proceed with the attachment of Molefe's property...

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