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Dentons: Eskom board defends Koko, DA mulls court action

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Matshela Koko. (Pic: Lihlumelo Toyana, Netwerk24)
Matshela Koko. (Pic: Lihlumelo Toyana, Netwerk24)

Cape Town – The Eskom board on Thursday defended its acting chief executive Matshela Koko following a report in Financial Mail revealed a possible cover up, while the Democratic Alliance said it is considering legal action against implicated officials.

While Eskom has provided News24 with its redacted final Dentons report following an audit into “the status of the business and challenges experienced by Eskom”, the Financial Mail revealed information in previous iterations of the report that had been removed in what it termed a “cover up”.

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