This is what the Kusile four allegedly did to help ruin Eskom
Former execs and two businessmen in dock for ‘apparent gross manipulation of contractual agreements’
Two former Eskom executives, and two other men, were granted bail of R300,000 each after appearing in court on Thursday on charges of fraud, corruption and money laundering related to the construction of the Kusile power plant.
Mangope Hlakudi, the former contract manager at Kusile, and his then boss Abram Masango, former executive of group capital at Eskom, appeared in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court together with co-accused Antonio Jose Da Costa Trindade and Maphoko Kgomoeswana.
They will be released only after they post bail...