Johannesburg - Eskom's management has committed to complying with the latest investigations by the office of the Public Protector.
The probe by Busisiwe Mkhwebane is expected to lift the lid on a controversial multimillion-rand agreement between Eskom and 27 independent power producers (IPPs), as well as how executives at the state-owned power supplier disregarded due process in the awarding of tender contracts.
Eskom spokesperson Dikatso Mothae yesterday said the state-owned power supplier would co-operate with the investigations.
“We will provide information as requested,” Mothae said.
The new probe by Mkhwebane could also reveal how some of the companies have shareholders who previously worked on Eskom’s renewable energy policy.