Battle of the 'two chiefs': What we know about the allegations against Eskom's De Ruyter

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Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter in January, 2020.
Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter in January, 2020.
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The matter spans more than a year, according Eskom board chairperson Professor Malegapuru Makgoba. He told the committee that Eskom had launched a disciplinary inquiry against Tshitangano following his suspension and asked the committee to allow for the process to be carried out so that the board can give an account of the outcomes in due course. "I would plead we let the internal process take course," he told members of the committee.

Scopa, in the meantime, is seeking legal advice on how to structure its investigation into the matter

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