Matshela Koko to testify at Eskom inquiry

Eskom's head of generation Matshela Koko is expected to answer to Parliament's Portfolio Committee on allegations of state capture on Wednesday afternoon.

In a submission to the inquiry, Koko says Eskom’s legal head Suzanne Daniels has told lies about him.

His testimony follows that of former chief financial officer Anoj Singh.

READ: Anoj Singh - we've got evidence - is telling lie after lie, says amaBhungane

Eyewitness News reporter Lindsay Dentleger has more on Singh's testimony.

Gordhan really tried to appeal to his conscience, saying just be truthful about this. But he didn't let that rattle him too much. He stuck to his story.

Lindsay Dentlinger, EWN reporter

Dentlinger reports how Singh said he is the last person to know about any financial transaction at Eskom.

Really getting MPs backs up that he just feigned ignorance about so many transactions, insisting he didn't lie in any information provided to the minister.

Lindsay Dentlinger, EWN reporter

Click on the link below to listen to the full report...


This article first appeared on 702 : Matshela Koko to testify at Eskom inquiry


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