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Cape Town – Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said she would “happily” support any investigation into Eskom if there’s documented evidence of wrongdoing.

Brown was responding to parliamentary questions posed by the DA’s Natasha Mazzone, Marshall Dlamini from the EFF and Narend Singh from the IFP.

READ: Matshela Koko's stepdaughter nets R1bn in Eskom contracts

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