The former acting CEO of Eskom, Johnny Dladla. File Image
CAPE TOWN - Johnny Dladla, the acting CEO of Eskom has been removed. This is according the power utility’s board. 

Eskom has appointed Sean Maritz as the interim Group CEO, with immediate effect. 

Dladla was asked to step into the position in June this year after acting CEO Mathsela Koko was suspended. 

According to Eskom chairman Zethembe Khoza the state energy supplier is trying to create more stability with the company. 

Khoza states, “in an effort to embed organisational stability‚ it is imperative that the role of Eskom Group Chief Executive be permanently filled.”

“The Eskom Board has decided to rotate current executives in this role to ensure exposure.”

Dladla will resume his position as CEO of Eskom Rotek Industries.

BUSINESS REPORT ONLINE