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Eskom CEO Brian Molefe breaks down during the company's interim results briefing. (Gareth van Zyl, Fin24)
Eskom CEO Brian Molefe breaks down during the company's interim results briefing. (Gareth van Zyl, Fin24)

Johannesburg - Drama engulfed state-owned power utility Eskom’s briefing on its financial results for the six months ended September 2016 in Johannesburg on Thursday.

The briefing came a day after the Public Protector’s report on state capture was released, heightening curiosity over how Eskom CEO Brian Molefe would respond.

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