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Leaked documents, conflicted deals, Dubai travels – how Eskom lost billions

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Eskom is seeking to recover R3.8 billion from former executives, and board members for failing to deliver on their fiduciary duty.
Eskom is seeking to recover R3.8 billion from former executives, and board members for failing to deliver on their fiduciary duty.
Denzil Maregele

Questionable trips to Dubai, the leaking of confidential documents and conflicted dealings with Gupta-related entities – these are just some of the ways former Eskom executives and board members breached their fiduciary duty to the power utility.

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