Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown defended government and Eskom on the load-shedding issue. She spoke during the second day of the 2015 SONA debate in the Naitonal Assembly on Wednesday, 18 February.
That's after the power utility allegedly lied from the very beginning about dodgy payments, amounting to R1,6-billion.
Initially, Eskom claimed that its payments to advisory firm Trillian and global consultancy McKinsey were above board.
Brown is demanding as satisfactory explanation from Megawatt Park.
The Hawks -- who are apparently conducting a massive probe into state capture -- confirmed the matter will form part of its investigations.