Koko's trail of destruction at Eskom: 'Dishonest' engineer proved to be 'integral' part of Gupta plan

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Matshela Koko. Photo: Gallo Images
Matshela Koko. Photo: Gallo Images

Former Eskom acting chief executive Matshela Koko was dishonest, made comments calculated to mislead and fabricated stories as he professed self-righteous innocence and denied that state capture at Eskom ever happened, according to the latest instalment of Zondo Commission's report released on Friday. 

The commission, headed by Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, found that Koko was "an integral component of the Gupta family's strategy to capture Eskom". 

According to Zondo, Koko must be investigated and possibly prosecuted for a raft of Gupta-linked deals at Eskom, including: 

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