Saftu plans to lay criminal charges against Trillian

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JOHANNESBURG - The South African Federation of Trade Unions plans to lay criminal charges against Gupta-linked Trillian, and its directors.

This is concerning deals with Eskom and Transnet.

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The federation is accusing the company, and Eskom, of fraud, theft, corruption, and money-laundering.

Saftu general secretary, Zwelinzima Vavi, says there’s compelling evidence in the public domain of criminal wrongdoing.

Vavi wants the Hawks, and other law enforcement agencies, to urgently investigate the matter.