Eskom confirms serving suspension letter on another senior exec
Fabram Masango now has until tomorrow to motivate why he must not be suspended for an incident which happened while he was still the group executive.
JOHANNESBURG - Eskom has confirmed that it has served another senior executive with a suspension letter for allegedly receiving kickbacks.
Abram Masango now has until Friday to motivate why he must not be suspended for an incident which happened while he was still the group executive for capital, which includes projects like the Kusile Power Station.
Masango is now working in the office of the CEO Sean Maritz.
Eskom spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe says: “There has been some reports recently about him and three other officials who allegedly have received some kickbacks from Kusile project. So the management of this company is trying to establish the facts around this matter.”
At the same time, Eskom’s head of legal and compliance Suzanne Daniels is fighting her suspension for alleged misconduct.