Ramaphosa accused of meddling with Eskom's business by former CEO Molefe

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Ramaphosa accused of meddling with Eskom's business by former CEO Molefe

Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe, who is the target of a civil and criminal lawsuit, has implicated President Cyril Ramaphosa in the irregular contracts at Eskom during his tenure.

Molefe is one of the executives named in a R3.8-billion lawsuit by Eskom and the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) filed last year.

This lawsuit refers to the same acquisition of Optimum by the Gupta family following its acquisition by Glencore.
 
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“Load-shedding came back to Eskom after Mr Cyril Ramaphosa, following the R1-billion Nasrec conference, was appointed President of the country.”

“After he was appointed President of the country, he, in turn, appointed the smooth-talking and dictatorial Pravin Gordhan as Minister of Public Enterprises,” he added.

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Worried that this mean it isn't looting as usual for Eskom Execs ?
 

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"He added that the government does not have the best interests of public enterprises at heart and has no plan for resolving the issues at companies like Eskom expediently."

True.
 

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Ramaphosa accused of meddling with Eskom's business by former CEO Molefe


Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe, who is the target of a civil and criminal lawsuit, has implicated President Cyril Ramaphosa in the irregular contracts at Eskom during his tenure.

Molefe is one of the executives named in a R3.8-billion lawsuit by Eskom and the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) filed last year.

This lawsuit refers to the same acquisition of Optimum by the Gupta family following its acquisition by Glencore.

I hope he has 24/7 bodyguards.
 

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"This project is going nowhere... let's bring in more people so we can further spread the blame" - HaHa
 

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I hope he has 24/7 bodyguards.
Because the Frog Boiler will want to take him out? he is a well known liar who cried when he was supposed to account for his Gupta ties, you know he is still lying when the man at the centre of state capture and the capture of Eskom is missing from his testimony.

Anyway, I am sure Ramaphosa will go and answer for himself at the commission and also cross question him, hopefully he doesn't burst into tears again.
 
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Ramaphosa accused of meddling with Eskom's business by former CEO Molefe

Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe, who is the target of a civil and criminal lawsuit, has implicated President Cyril Ramaphosa in the irregular contracts at Eskom during his tenure.

Molefe is one of the executives named in a R3.8-billion lawsuit by Eskom and the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) filed last year.

This lawsuit refers to the same acquisition of Optimum by the Gupta family following its acquisition by Glencore.
Molefe is a rotten bloody liar
 

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Well, corruption of all sorts has no limits and no borders either, no surprise if 'Rampokker' was indeed involved behind the scenes. After all, we live in a country that represents a true model of how corruption should be done.

So, yeah no surprise at all...
 

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Well, corruption of all sorts has no limits and no borders either, no surprise if 'Rampokker' was indeed involved behind the scenes. After all, we live in a country that represents a true model of how corruption should be done.

So, yeah no surprise at all...
Also no surprise that a lowlife like Brian would want to implicate Cyril, Jamnadas, Tito and Thuli Madonsela in some unethical or illegal things.
 

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Or maybe Ramaphosa tried to interfere because he wanted to rectify the long-term %$#@$ that Molefe and Zuma was causing.
I was hoping he would be more meddlesome. We need to get rid of the thugs and criminals posing as managers, administrators and politicians. The inmates are running the prison.
 

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"He added that the government does not have the best interests of public enterprises at heart and has no plan for resolving the issues at companies like Eskom expediently."

True.
True, they first need to find out how things work before they can get involved. For now it's okay to just be on the take.
 
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