Paul O Sullivan: Corrupt Eskom managers took their cue from rotten CEO
BizNews — A corporate fish might rot from the top, but once the disease sets in it spreads far beyond what most would anticipate. On Rational Radio this week, Forensics For Justice founder Paul O'Sullivan shared the story of an Eskom manager with signing power on contracts up to R750m who abused this trust to line his own nest. The corrupt manager, Magope Frans Hlakudi, granted contracts worth billions to Portuguese citizen Antonio Trindade - banking bribes worth tens of millions for his imaginatively designed "translation" services. If ever there was a case for the urgent implementation of obligatory lifestyle audits, this is it.