Eskom has agreed to allow Gupta-owned mining company Tegeta Resources and Exploration to deliver lower quality coal‚ at a more expensive rate‚ to its Hendrina power station in a show of the family's continued influence at the power utility.
It also bucked the utility's internal policies, said an Eskom insider this week. "This senior counsel is willing to say - forgetting about the PFMA, the PPPF [Preferential Procurement Policy Framework] and the Companies Act - that it's OK to do business on a tacit arrangement. It's ridiculous," the source said. The report also contradicts findings of three other reviews done for Eskom.
Eskom has agreed to allow Gupta-owned mining company Tegeta Resources and Exploration to deliver lower quality coal‚ at a more expensive rate‚ to its Hendrina power station in a show of the family’s continued influence at the power utility.
@Billy06757@mgigaba Agreed, but my argument is that he only intervened to save himself. If it was about the country he would have made an unpopular decision, lost his cabinet post but saved the RSA. He tolerated - in a bid to stay on the right side of Zuma - @Eskom_SA 's risk until it affected him
And I believe @mgigaba when he says he was concerned about the fiscus. My only issue is that he waited until it was politically safe to act. Same with SAA: He spent months lobbying to remove Dudu Myeni until SAA went the brink
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