An independent inquiry into allegations of racism and abuse of power by Eskom CEO André de Ruyter has found no evidence that he conducted himself in a manner that amounted to racism or that breached governance.

The inquiry, headed by advocate Ishmael Semenya, was established by the Eskom board in April after a senior employee wrote to chair Malegapuru Makgoba and to President Cyril Ramaphosa to complain about De Ruyter’s conduct...

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