Johannesburg - South Africa's power utility Eskom remains focused on finalising investigations into suspended executives while also improving corporate governance, its chairman Jabu Mabuza said in a statement accompanying the company's results for the year ended March 31.
"I believe that the action taken within a relatively short space of time against those who played a key role in some of the critical governance lapses over the past few years demonstrates how serious we are about rooting out corruption and irregular practices," Mabuza said.
"We will continue to pursue those engaged in wrongdoing and take corrective action within the South African legal framework. We are determined to clear the company of corruption in all its forms, with about 250 cases reported through Eskom’s whistle-blowing channels currently under investigation."
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