WATCH: Brian Molefe testifies at state capture hearing

 

 

Editor&39;s note: This session is now finished.

CAPE TOWN - Former disgraced Eskom CEO Brian Molefe and former board chairperson Zola Tsotsi will testify before Parliament&39;s Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises on Tuesday.

The committee will continue its inquiry into allegations of corruption at Eskom.

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Molefe’s employment contract and his close relationship with the Gupta family have come up several times during the hearings.

He is accused of helping to facilitate a lucrative coal contract between a Gupta-owned company and the power utility. 

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Molefe received a R30-million pension payout when he resigned as CEO after being implicated in the Public Protector&39;s State of Capture report. The payout was later rescinded.

Tsotsi is accused of ignoring due process when the parastatal signed contracts with Gupta-linked companies. 

Former Eskom CEO Brian Dames previously told the inquiry that Tsotsi interfered directly in procurement issues at Eskom from 2011.