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Guptas are like Ruperts, Oppenheimers - Brian Molefe

National Treasury announced an inquiry into coal supply contracts awarded by Eskom, to investigate if there were any improper procurement procedures.

John Robbie on Tuesday spoke to Eskom CEO Brian Molefe about why he was surprised by the decision by Treasury, as well as his thoughts on the Guptas.

We are waiting for some kind of report from all the records we gave the Treasury last year. We're surprised by their recent request.

Brian Molefe, Eskom CEO

I do know the Guptas, they are like the Ruperts or Oppenheimers or any other family business in SA.

Brian Molefe, Eskom CEO

Listen to the conversation below:


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