Former Eskom manager's pension frozen

File: A general view of the headquarters of Eskom. AFP/Gianluigi Guercia

JOHANNESBURG - The SIU has been granted an order to freeze the pension benefits of former Eskom manager, Duduzile Moyo.

It's believed she siphoned of almost R25-million through contract fraud.

Moyo allegedly contracted a company, Tamukelo, to transport water from Kendell to Kusile Power Station.

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She signed off on 23 certificates amounting to around R138-million in just two-and-a-half years.

The company then paid kickbacks to entities linked to her and her family.

Moyo resigned earlier this month and was entitled to pension and provident fund payouts but the order now blocks any payments.

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