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Former Eskom chair Ben Ngubane. (Pic: Gallo Images)
Former Eskom chair Ben Ngubane. (Pic: Gallo Images)

Cape Town – Outgoing Eskom chairperson Ben Ngubane might find his new free time is cut short, if he truly intends being a “part of the team that will answer to everything”.

Ngubane, who resigned late on Monday, gave this assurance to PowerFM's Andile Khumalo on Wednesday, stating: “I’m not running away.”

He said his decision to quit was a personal one, adding that "there are opportunities in the business world that I am keen to grab that I can’t do while being chairperson of Eskom”.

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