Babes we Guptas seconded back to Eskom by Saxonwold shebeen - Eusebius

CapeTalk/ Talk Radio 702's Eusebius McKaiser says Brian Molefe has been sent back to Eskom because he was unable to be used to loot the State as a Member of Parliament (MP).

Eskom board confirmed Molefe's return to Eskom on Monday morning.

The board said Molefe's return relates to Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown's decision to decline the R30 million payout to Molefe.

Read: Brian Molefe to return to Eskom helm on Monday

Molefe resigned as the CEO after the Public Protector report implicated him in state capture allegations.

This is not about taking his skills back to Eskom... This isn't about making sure that Eskom delivers on decades of a secure supply of affordable electricity for industry, municipalities and households in this country.

Eusebius McKaiser

I think the Saxonworld shebeen is simply seconding this man back to Eskom because they need him in order to loot more from the State.

Eusebius McKaiser

Thuli Madonsela's State of Capture Report cited dozens of phone calls between Molefe and the Guptas.

Brian Molefe told us he is resigning to clear his name as a matter of good governance. When did you clear your name, Brian Molefe? What happened to good governance, Brian Molefe?

Eusebius McKaiser

Listen to Eusebius' full comment below...


This article first appeared on 702 : Babes we Guptas seconded back to Eskom by Saxonwold shebeen - Eusebius


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