Johnny Dladla has tendered his resignation and will leave Eskom at the end of the month, spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe announced. File Image: IOL

JOHANNESBURG - Eskom's subsidiary Eskom Rotek Industries, Johnny Dladla, has tendered his resignation and will leave Eskom at the end of the month, spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe announced on Monday. 

"He resigned on the 1st of October but the resignation needed to be considered by the board first and employees needed to be informed. He will be pursuing private interests," Phasiwe said. 

Dladla was last year October removed as Eskom's acting chief executive, and replaced with Sean Maritz, just after four months after he was appointed in June this year following the suspension of acting Matshela Koko.

Eskom Rotek Industries is a wholly owned subsidiary of Eskom which provides construction, maintenance and transportation services in support of the power utility's operations.

Phasiwe said that Dladla's successor would be announced in due course.

- African News Agency (ANA)