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Ngubane’s resignation won’t exonerate him - DA

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Dr Ben Ngubane.
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Cape Town – The resignation of Ben Ngubane as Eskom chairperson will not exonerate him from an Eskom Parliamentary inquiry, the Democratic Party (DA) said late on Monday evening.

DA public enterprises spokesperson Natasha Mazzone told Fin24 that “Ngubane’s resignation will not exonerate him from liability for the breakdown of governance at the power utility".

She said the DA will use the Parliamentary inquiry into Eskom starting on 21 June "to hold Ngubane to account”.

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