Treasury's report on Eskom-Tegeta deal will be made public - Gigaba

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Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba. (Pic: Gallo Images)
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba. (Pic: Gallo Images)

Cape Town – Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba undertook to announce the details of National Treasury's investigation into the coal contracts Eskom entered into with Gupta-linked Tegeta as soon as a report has been finalised. 

In response to a Parliamentary question from Democratic Alliance spokesperson on finance David Maynier, Gigaba said National Treasury has appointed two consulting firms to assist with the investigation – Falcon Research and Consulting Services, and Israel Monnapula Dikgwatlhe.

Both consulting firms have been appointed to review the coal contracts, to establish if Eskom complied with supply chain management norms and standards and analyse the quality of coal delivered to Eskom by Tegeta Exploration and Resources - a company owned by the Gupta family and President Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane. 

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