The Eskom graft saga continued to unfold before parliament’s standing committee on public accounts (Scopa) this week, with a lacklustre performance by the country’s law enforcement agencies. 

As far back as 2019, Eskom leadership and government ministers highlighted sabotage and corruption as key challenges for the power utility — which is implementing power cuts of between 10 and 12 hours this week to avoid total grid collapse.  ..

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