South Africa completes probe of alleged corruption involving Eskom, TransnetStaff Writer | July 30, 2018
South Africa's National Treasury has concluded its investigation of alleged corruption at state power utility Eskom and state logistics firm Transnet and will give the relevant parties two weeks to respond before making its findings public.
Africa The relevant parties two weeks to respond
The report also covers allegations of misconduct concerning state logistics firm Transnet's purchase of over 1,000 trains from China South Rail.
A judicial inquiry into what has been termed "state capture" - widespread corruption involving billions of rands worth of state contracts during Zuma's presidency - is due to start next month.
International companies affected include global consultancy McKinsey, Germany's SAP and public relations giant Bell Pottinger.
"The report has been given to the relevant parties for comment. These parties have been given two weeks to respond," the treasury said. ■