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Leak of draft report on Gupta-owned Tegeta an 'outrage' - Eskom

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Cape Town – Eskom expressed shock and outrage over a leaked draft report about irregularities in its coal-supply contract with the Gupta-owned Tegeta Exploration and Resources in a statement on Thursday. 

The power utility said it seems very convenient and coincidental that National Treasury’s draft report on Eskom’s appointment of Tegeta Exploration and Resources was leaked to the media a day before its comments were due.

Tegeta – a company owned by the controversial Gupta family and President Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane – scored coal-supply contracts from Eskom to the value of R4bn. 

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