Forensic probe uncovers R1.2bn in suspicious transactions at EOH

According to an update today, law firm ENSafrica found evidence of and is investigating R1.2bn in suspicious transactions at ICT group EOH. ENSafrica’s recent forensic probe into EOH uncovered a number of unethical practices, including unsubstantiated payments and tender irregularities. These may be legitimate transactions, theft or bribery and corruption payments. EOH’s problems started after Microsoft ended its contract with EOH earlier in 2019 after an anonymous whistle-blower reportedly filed a complaint with the US SEC about alleged wrongdoing in a R120m contract with the SA Department of Defence. Just yesterday, EOH announced the resignations of 3 top execs. To find out more, read

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