File: A general view of the headquarters of Eskom. AFP/Gianluigi Guercia
JOHANNESBURG - Eskom has set up a team to deal with recommendations in the state capture report.
It was handed over to a representative of the Presidency on Friday.
Eskom features in two volumes of part four.
The utility says a project team, including internal and external lawyers, will study the report.
It says action will also be taken against those implicated.
The parastatal says it's already working with the Special Investigating Unit to recover funds siphoned off.