WATCH LIVE | Former Eskom board chair Zola Tsotsi back at Zondo inquiry

2020-09-08 10:20:00 AM

WATCH LIVE | Former Eskom board chair Zola Tsotsi back at Zondo inquiry

WATCH LIVE | Former Eskom board chair Zola Tsotsi back at Zondo inquiry

Former Eskom board chair Zola Tsotsi is expected to return to the Zondo commission of inquiry on Tuesday.

  newspaper worth about R43m that was awarded to the Guptas in 2014.According to Tsotsi, during the state of the nation address in 2015, he was called in to a meeting by then-minister of public enterprises, Lynne Brown.After this meeting, Tsotsi received a call from Gupta, who summoned him to a meeting.

When he arrived at the meeting, it did not last long as the Gupta brother simply threatened Tsotsi, who did not even get the opportunity to sit down.

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According to Tsotsi, during the state of the nation address in 2015, he was called in to a meeting by then-minister of public enterprises, Lynne Brown. After this meeting, Tsotsi received a call from Gupta, who summoned him to a meeting. The commission will this week focus its hearings on Eskom. When he arrived at the meeting, it did not last long as the Gupta brother simply threatened Tsotsi, who did not even get the opportunity to sit down. Gupta is said to have been fuming that Tsotsi had not been co-operating with their instructions, and revealed to him that he was Eskom board chair only because of the Guptas. Matona was asked to explain the events that led to his suspension on March 11, 2015. . There was also infighting within the board‚ led by then-chairman Zola Tsotsi‚ over procurement issues‚ to the extent that the board had become almost dysfunctional.