What De Ruyter will tell MPs in corruption testimony
The former Eskom CEO has been asked to appear before parliament’s watchdog committee to justify his allegations of theft and corruption at Eskom
Former Eskom CEO André de Ruyter believes his estimate that R1bn is being stolen a month from Eskom is “conservative”.
And he insists in the presentation he will give to parliament’s standing committee on public accounts (Scopa) on Wednesday — which Business Day has seen — that he took all the necessary steps to inform law enforcement authorities of the theft and corruption at the utility as required by the Prevention and Combatting of Corrupt Activities Act. ..
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