Eskom contracts to firm with Koko link must be investigated - report

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Johannesburg - Contracts awarded to Impulse International after the stepdaughter of former Eskom acting CEO Matshela Koko had joined the company must be investigated, the Sunday Times reported on Sunday.

According to the paper, Koko must face a disciplinary hearing because of Eskom contracts worth more than R1bn as is allegedly recommended in a report law firm Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr, submitted to Eskom this week.

Last week the Eskom board confirmed that it has received the Cliffe Decker Hofmeyr report, which investigated a potential conflict of interest regarding Koko.

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