Eskom boss R2.2bn case struck from roll


Former Eskom CEO Matshela Koko’s R2.2-billion corruption case has been struck off the roll. The Middleburg Specialised Commerical Crimes Court found that there had been unreasonable delays in Koko and his co-accused’s case.

Koko stood accused of being at the centre of a corrupt scheme which sought to help Swiss engineering firm AB secure a heft R2.2-billion contract at the Kusile Power Station during his tenure.

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