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[LISTEN] Matshela Koko says 'Eskom is in big, big trouble'

Former Eskom chief Matshela Koko joins Eusebius McKaiser in studio to discuss the power utility.

Koko says Eskom is in big trouble.

Big, big trouble. Eskom has a capacity problem, Eskom has a liquidity problem, and it is a mountain to fix.

Matshela Koko, Former acting Eskom CEO

Despite tough questions from Eusebius about his involvement in wrongdoing regarding the power utility, Koko maintains his innocence.

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