Political Desk: Koko and Singh do not want to show signs of remorse

Political analyst Prince Mashele says former Eskom group chief executive officer (CEO) Matshela Koko and Anoj Singh - the former chief financial officer - are testing the strength of evidence gathered against them in the Eskom inquiry.

Both Singh and Koko faced a grilling in Parliament this week and have denied any relationship with the Gupta family.

READ: Matshela Koko testimony in focus

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Mashele says the pair must not be seen to be cracking in Parliament.

They are testing the strength of the evidence that they will present later in court.

Prince Mashele, political analyst

They know what criminal charges are coming which is why they must not be seen to be cracking parliament.

Prince Mashele, political analyst

They can see that there is mounting evidence but they do not want to show signs that they are remorseful and they know that they have done wrong.

Prince Mashele, political analyst

Click on the link below to hear more from Mashele....


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