CAPE TOWN – Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says eradicating corruption is a difficult exercise.
However, Gordhan says a clean-up is taking place in state-owned entities (SOEs).
He was giving feedback to the media in Parliament about the challenges SOEs face.
Ten Eskom executives implicated in state capture have left and 11 criminal cases have been opened which involve nine senior executives.
An estimated 239 cases of whistle-blowing are under consideration while lifestyle audits of management are also underway.
Gordhan has also blamed instability within the boards of certain SOEs for their collapse.