The former CEO of Eskom, André de Ruyter, his political boss, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, and the former Eskom board were dismayed that rampant corruption and criminal activities were undermining Eskom from within, but the police and the Hawks were extremely slow to act.
De Ruyter approached business leaders more than two years ago to finance a private investigation and assigned former police commissioner George Fivaz to oversee it.
Journalists and energy experts have known about this investigation for over a year but the new board appointed last October, as well as the Hawks, the police and politicians, claim to have been completely unaware of it...
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