South Africa Probes 2 Billion-Rand Eskom Fraud

South African authorities are investigating fraudulent transactions that cost state power utility Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. 2 billion rands ($132 million). The transactions involved several companies billing Eskom over the past three years for work that was never done. The probe began after a whistle-blower alleged that at least three unidentified E...

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