Frank Chikane regrets leaving City Power under a 'dark cloud'
Frank Chikane says over the past 5 years City Power has embarked on a number of campaigns to curb corruption which is starting to yield results.
JOHANNESBURG - Former City Power board chairperson Frank Chikane says it’s unfortunate that his administration leaves while City Power is under a dark cloud.
Chikane announced at the City of Johannesburg’s 2015/2016 annual general meeting that his contract and that of other board members will not be renewed and that a new board has been appointed.
Last month, Mayor Herman Mashaba instituted a forensic investigation into alleged tender irregularities amounting to billions of rands at the power utility.
#JoziAGM2017 Chikane it's unfortunate that we leave in the middle of an investigation into alleged corruption at City Power. TK— EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) March 16, 2017
Chikane says he regrets that his board leaves City Power under these circumstances.
Chikane says over the past five years City Power has embarked on a number of campaigns to curb corruption which is starting to yield results.
The former board chairman has thanked shareholders and the power utility for their support during his tenure.
#JoziAGM2017 Chikane: The outgoing board has decided on Monday to handover a report to the new board at City Power. TK— EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) March 16, 2017
(Edited by Zamangwane Shange)