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The commission of inquiry looking into state capture will continue to hear Eskom related evidence today.
Former Eskom Board Member, Venete Klein will be on the stand to present her case.
In September last year, Klein explained why the board paid millions to part ways with Eskom executives who were suspended in 2015.
Yesterday the commission heard evidence related to the power utility’s decision to make a R659 million pre-payment to Gupta-owned Tegeta Resources.
Former fuel resource manager Dr Ayanda Nteta told the commission that despite the payment the company failed to provide coal without delay.
The agreement between Tegeta and Eskom was for the supply of coal to the Majuba Power Station for 10 years.
Nteta denied that she ordered a board sitting that approved the pre-payment. This is a developing story, listen to Kaya 959 News for further updates.