The interview with De Ruyter was a form of “whistle-blowing,” says Yelland

Former Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter’s appearance with a private TV station last Tuesday, in the opinion of energy expert Chris Yelland, was a kind of whistleblowing. A top African National Congress (ANC) minister is allegedly engaged in illegal activity at the electricity company with the knowledge of other senior party figures, according to charges made by the former CEO.
De Ruyter joined Eskom three years ago, but immediately encountered serious procurement irregularities, poor management, and corruption among many other issues. In ten years, De Ruyter was Eskom’s thirteenth CEO. Read more on:

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