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EOH CEO, Stephen van Coller.
EOH CEO, Stephen van Coller.
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Stephen van Coller, who joined ICT firm EOH in September, was "excited" to take up his position. But the chief executive found an organisation lacking the proper controls that would be expected in a listed company, soon discovering that "things were not good", the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture heard on Monday. 

Van Coller appeared before the commission, led by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.

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