We have not yet seen prosperous-looking men descend the steps from a courtroom down to the cells. Believe me, though, when I say the bad guys of the state capture story are quaking in their boots. They know that, as the popular township dirge Liyeza Na Kuwe (It's Coming To You, Too) says, their day is coming - and soon. This week we saw the start of it.

The chief financial officer of Eskom, Anoj Singh, was suspended this week after Rand Merchant Bank, the Development Bank of Southern Africa and Barclays Africa put pressure on Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba to act against the man who is allegedly at the heart and centre of stealing from Eskom and giving contracts to the president's handlers, the Gupta family.

We have not yet seen prosperous-looking men descend the steps from a courtroom down to the cells. Believe me, though, when I say the bad guys of the state capture story are quaking in their boots. They know that, as the popular township dirge Liyeza Na Kuwe (It's Coming To You, Too) says, their day is coming - and soon. This week we saw the start of it. The chief financial officer of Eskom, Anoj Singh, was suspended this week after Rand Merchant Bank, the Development Bank of Southern Africa and Barclays Africa put pressure on Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba to act against the man who is allegedly at the heart and centre of stealing from Eskom and giving contracts to the president's handlers, the Gupta family.

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