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eskomANA reports that Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has withdrawn her opposition to the court application demanding that the re-appointment of Brian Molefe as CEO of Eskom be set aside.  

"I will abide by the decision of the court," Brown told Parliament's portfolio committee on public enterprises on Tuesday morning.  Molefe's return to the head of the power utility he left under a cloud of corruption allegations in November has met with widespread condemnation, including from Brown's colleagues in the ANC.  She told the committee she did not "expect that society would universally welcome Mr Molefe's return" but had thought that the presumption of innocence and fact that he would be under intense scrutiny would mitigate concerns.

  • This short report by Emsie Ferreira is at Business Report
  • Read too, It may be time for Eskom’s board to resign or be fired, says Gordhan, at BusinessLive

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