ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe wants Eskom CEO Brian Molefe out.
The NEC reaffirmed that the decision to reappoint Comrade Brian Molefe to Eskom be rescinded and not to wait for the courts to direct them on this decision. Government itself encourages judicial overreach when it fails to lead when it should.— Gwede Mantashe
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This is the most confusing disregard for labour law and the rule of law itself!— Terry Bell
If a year ago I wrote a satire about this… people would say it’s ridiculous!— Terry Bell
Perhaps he should just apply for a highly paid barman at the Saxonwold shebeen!— Terry Bell
The whole confusion around this is intentional!— Terry Bell
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