THE ESKOM FILES | Top exec Oberholzer cleared after sweeping SIU probe into claims of corruption, nepotism

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Jan Oberholzer  (Carla Lewis)
Jan Oberholzer (Carla Lewis)

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has found no evidence of wrongdoing by Eskom chief operations officer Jan Oberholzer in a sweeping probe, spanning 12 months, that covered allegations of nepotism, corruption, maladministration and conflicts of interest.

"The SIU found no evidence of wrongdoing on the part of Mr Oberholzer," the SIU told News24 in a written response.

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