De Ruyter: 'Tactical' resignations saw some Eskom employees avoid disciplinary processes

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Eskom CEO André de Ruyter.
Eskom CEO André de Ruyter.
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Some Eskom employees have avoided disciplinary processes with "tactical" resignations, according to the entity's CEO André De Ruyter.

De Ruyter and other Eskom officials on Tuesday briefed the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) about some of the measures being taken to clamp down on irregular expenditure, as well as its consequence management plans. But members of the committee also grilled Eskom over an apparent lack of record keeping as well as "vague" consequence management at the entity.

'Those individuals may still be at Eskom'

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