Mpho Makwana's departure as Eskom board chair ( has been long coming, insiders in government and at the power utility say.

Some people Business Day spoke to described him as a “maverick” who often had a disregard for process, something for which Eskom’s shareholder, public enterprise minister Pravin Gordhan, is historically known to be a stickler...

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