BLSA satisfied with Eskom's action in state capture, corruption fight

The organisation has reinstated Eskom's full BLSA membership after it was suspended in September last year in light of serious allegations.

FILE: Eskom board chairperson Jabu Mabuza. Picture: Gia Nicolaides/EWN

JOHANNESBURG - Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) says it is satisfied with the steps Eskom has taken to address issues of state capture and corruption at the utility.

The organisation has reinstated Eskom's full BLSA membership after it was suspended in September last year in light of serious allegations.

BLSA spokesperson Thebe Mabanga: "The decision by the BLSA board to lift Eskom's suspension is in recognition of the progress made by the new Eskom board as well as overseeing the exits of the key executives and taking credible disciplinary action against officials implicated in serious wrongdoing."