File: The former MTN Group CEO was appointed to the power utility's board in 2018.
JOHANNESBURG - Eskom said it is getting on top of corruption at the power utility but employees continue to lodge complaints.
A total of 622 new cases were on its books at the end of May.
CEO Andre De Ruyter told Parliament that the power utility is making progress in recovering money on contracts it believes was paid irregularly.
The funds to be recovered include a R5-billion claim submitted to business rescue practitioners for the now-defunct Gupta-owned mine, Tegeta.
Another reportedly irregular payment of R95-million is being recovered from PwC for unnecessary consultation work.