Govt Officials Demand Bribes From Former Eskom CEO – REPORT

Former Eskom Chief Executive Officer, Matshela Koko, said he has failed to make progress on his 100-megawatt solar power plant because government officials are demanding bribes from him.

Koko’s company, Matshela Energy, was awarded a licence to generate electricity by the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) in July this year. Writing on microblogging site Twitter on Friday, Koko said:

Matshela Energy received a generation license in July 2019.

6 months later nothing has happened.

Our plan was to break ground in August 2019.

So many people have tried to extort money from me and I refused.

It is a shame.

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