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Minister Lynne Brown accept Ngubane’s resign as Eskom chair

Ben Ngubane has resigned as the Eskom Board chairperson with immediate effect, Public Enterprises Minister, Lynne Brown made public announcement on Monday night.

Minister Lynne Brown accept Ngubane resignation:

 

“Dr Ngubane formally tendered his resignation, which I accept. I would like to thank Dr Ngubane for his contribution to turning Eskom around since the load shedding days of 2014/15, and wish him well in the future.

“To ensure continuity at Eskom, I have decided to appoint Mr Zethembe Khoza as interim chairperson until I am able to take new board appointments to Cabinet for approval,” Brown reportedly said in a statement.

Mr Ngubane’s name appeared in many Eskom Scandals:

The former minerals minister Ngoako Ramahlodi accused Ngubane of pressurizing to suspend Glencore mining license.He was also named in the Gupta emails when it emerged that the Guptas had allegedly drafted the first public statement he made as chairperson of Eskom.

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