Eskom's 'secret business info' will reveal transgressions - OUTA

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Cape Town - The information that the National Energy Regulator (Nersa) requires Eskom to make available will in all likelihood highlight the power utility's "transgressions", such as the "expensive Gupta coal contracts". 

This is the view of Ted Blom of the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA). 

In a statement issued on Friday, OUTA said it welcomes the decision by Nersa that Eskom must divulge detailed information as part of its tariff application. 

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