Eskom asked the fund in August 2016 to calculate Molefe’s pension if they applied two rules where Eskom bought 13 additional years of service for Molefe and waived certain penalties once Molefe turned 50.
They calculated that Molefe, who turned 50 in January 2017, would have received a R25.9 million pension payout.
Luthuli explained how they calculated the R30.1 million.
He said they took his gross pension payout according to the 16 months he had worked at Eskom (using his R5.6 million salary) and calculated his gross pension as if he had worked 156 months (which was his 13 years of additional service bought by Eskom).
They then added an amount as a result of his younger wife. This amount then took his total payout to R30.1 million.
in a civilized nation it would be insane
in South Africa it is par for the course, I'd be shocked if he or anyone ranking higher than him gets arrested, Jesus will return before Zuma sees the inside of a prison cell that's for damn sure