Eskom boss ‘innocent’

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Eskom’s former chairman Ben Ngubane said in a statement that he had resigned for personal reasons and did not run away from any rendezvous with the Gupta brothers or parliament’s investigation into Eskom’s affairs.

Meanwhile, Eskom’s board is “shocked” by Ngubane’s sudden and quick resignation, which raises the question whether the rest of the board knew or even had been involved in possible irregularities.

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