Eskom: Extending lifestyle audits imperative to root out corruption
Written by Lethiwe Mdluli on 17 February, 2020
Eskom says extending lifestyle audits to include lower-level staff is imperative to root out corruption at the power utility.
During the first phase of lifestyle audits, which began in 2018, Eskom investigated 365 of its most senior employees.
After initial investigations by a contracted party, Eskom referred 44 cases of suspected corruption to the Special Investigations Unit for further probes.
Eskom spokesperson, Sikonathi Mantshantsha, says they are taking these lifestyle audits seriously.
By:Gagasi News FM