Gigaba, Brown ‘Implicated’ In State Capture At Eskom – Report

Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba. PICTURE: Parliament

JOHANNESBURG: The leaked draft document reportedly lists 44 people and 25 companies which a parliamentary committee suspects of being captured.

A draft Parliamentary report into state capture at Eskom has reportedly implicated Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba and former public enterprises minister Lynne Brown.

According to Business Day, the draft report has found Gigaba and Brown are among those suspected of being captured, and who should be criminally investigated.

The newspaper says the report also labels senior staff at consultancy firm McKinsey and auditing firm KPMG as private sector mercenaries, who should face inquiries.

The leaked draft document reportedly lists 44 people and 25 companies which a parliamentary committee suspects of being captured.

Business Day says it’s seen a copy of the report, which has not yet been finalised.

Those implicated have told the paper that they can’t comment, as they haven’t seen the report.

Earlier this year, President Cyril Ramaphosa appointed a new board at Eskom.