Coal supply pipeline remains the root cause of corruption 

August 6, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

Eskom's coal supply pipeline remains a root cause of its corruption, but there are ongoing efforts to clean it up.
Ted Blom, a former Eskom employee and now an independent energy analyst, claims that rampant corruption, at a rate of R2 billion to R3bn a month in Eskom’s coal supply, continues to this day, in spite of the public and political outcry about the failing utility, and the changes to its board and management.

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