Eskom to face court case, two inquiries and board review

Share your Subscriber Article
You have 5 articles to share every month. Send this story to a friend!
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown. (Pic: Gallo Images)
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown. (Pic: Gallo Images)

Cape Town – The three spheres of South Africa’s democracy will get a turn to dig deeper into the leadership crisis at Eskom, following the power utility’s appearance before Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises on Tuesday.

1. The judiciary sphere

The first sphere of power, the judiciary, has been requested to make the final call on whether Brian Molefe’s reappointment as chief executive at Eskom this month was lawful, following the debacle over his R30m pension pay-out, which was rescinded.

There’s more to this story
Subscribe to News24 and get access to our exclusive journalism and features today.
Subscribe
Already a subscriber? Sign in
USD/ZAR
14.05
0.0%
GBP/ZAR
19.67
0.0%
EUR/ZAR
17.10
0.0%
AUD/ZAR
11.03
0.0%
JPY/ZAR
0.13
0.0%
Gold
1,831.32
0.0%
Silver
27.45
0.0%
Palladium
2,929.64
0.0%
Platinum
1,256.50
0.0%
Brent Crude
68.28
+0.3%
Top 40
62,573
+1.4%
All Share
68,520
+1.4%
Resource 10
71,474
+2.1%
Industrial 25
86,856
+0.9%
Financial 15
12,711
+1.1%
All JSE data delayed by at least 15 minutes Iress logo
Company Snapshot
Voting Booth
Please select an option Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later.
Results
Yes, and I've gotten it.
21% - 1387 votes
No, I did not.
52% - 3463 votes
My landlord refused
27% - 1838 votes
Vote