A parliamentary report into Eskom has called for criminal prosecution of a number of people implicated in corruption.
The Public Enterprises Portfolio Committee has adopted its final report on the back of a lengthy inquiry into governance failures and state capture at the power utility.
EWN reporter Babalo Ndenza says the report is 141 pages and it makes a number of damning findings against a number of individuals, some of whom are former executives and former board members at Eskom.
It also makes findings against former public enterprise minister Lynne Brown and Malusi Gigaba.— Babalo Ndenze, EWN reporter
He says this final report is no different to the leaked report and that there are just minor tweaks in the wording and grammar.
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