I gave them [investigators] unfettered access…— Stephen Van Coller, CEO - EOH
I know exactly what happened… and exactly who needs to pay money back…— Stephen Van Coller, CEO - EOH
A probe by independent investigators into EOH’s dealings with Government has found “suspicious transactions” worth R1.2 billion and evidence of “a number of governance failings and wrongdoings”, “unethical business practices”, bribery and theft.
Earlier in the year, Microsoft stopped doing business with EOH after receiving a tip-off about a contract the SA business had with the Department of Defence.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and scroll down for more quotes from it).
This happened on their watch. We needed a new board to take it forward…— Stephen Van Coller, CEO - EOH
…ENS recommended to the board that certain people be prosecuted. And the board unanimously agreed to that… zero tolerance for bribery and corruption...— Stephen Van Coller, CEO - EOH
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