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JOHANNESBURG - Former Eskom head of legal services Suzanne Daniels admits that she should have spoken earlier about wrong doing at at the power utility.
Daniels, who was speaking during an interview on 702 with Eusebius McKaiser said she signed off R800,000 in legal fees to assist former Eskom chairperson Ben Ngubane to fight his legal woes at the SABC.
“It was a very difficult time in my life. I regret that I did not speak up early,” she said.
The money was paid on behalf of Ngubane for nothing that is related to Eskom but related to his previous tenure as board member at the SABC.
Listen to the full interview below.