Eskom executives to learn their fate soon

File: The new Eskom board has a tough job ahead to restore confidence in the power utility. Photo: AFP / Gianluigi Guercia

CAPE TOWN - The Parliamentary inquiry into state capture resumes on Tuesday and more corruption allegations at Eskom are likely to be revealed.

The new board has a tough job ahead to restore confidence in the power utility.

Eskom's suspended CFO Anoj Singh and head of generation Matshela Koko are expected to testify in the coming days.

READ: Lynne Brown welcomes new Eskom board

Meanwhile, Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown has broken her silence on the newly-elected board.

Brown said the power utility’s financial circumstances demanded immediate action and she made recommendations of the suitable candidates to President Jacob Zuma and Ramaphosa.

Brown says she has full confidence in the selected board members.

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