Almost four years, R1-billion and more than 5 000 pages of findings later, the judicial inquiry into corruption during former President Jacob Zuma’s rule is over.
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EOH Holdings, its board and its CEO, Stephen van Coller have been heaped with praise by the state capture commission for the way the group disclosed its role in government corruption.
The former board of Eskom should face criminal prosecution for a string of management failures and a “culture of corrupt practices” during the presidency of Jacob Zuma, the Zondo commission has found.
Former President Jacob Zuma knowingly and willingly facilitated audacious looting and wanton mismanagement at Eskom, the Zondo commission has concluded.
A probe into state corruption found that senior ANC officials received illicit payments from services company Bosasa, leaving President Cyril Ramaphosa in a quandary over how to respond.
Cape Town has threatened to scrap contracts with companies including EOH, EY and Nedbank after the firms were named in the Zondo probe into state capture.
Pursuing prosecutions with purpose and gusto at this “defining moment” will serve several notable purposes.
Jacob Zuma, who’s been repeatedly implicated in aiding and abetting the plunder of state funds during the nine years he led South Africa, was sentenced to 15 months in jail for defying a court order.
Scepticism is mounting that the alleged masterminds of South Africa’s biggest-ever embezzlement of state funds will ever be held to account.