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BLACKOUT: 10 things in Dentons report Eskom has kept hidden

Feb 09 2017 12:37

Cape Town - The redacted Dentons report that Eskom sent News24 this week hints at major issues without naming any executives or companies. Take a look at 10 examples of the report that have been redacted:

1 to 4: The below are four points from an appendix to the report, which were obtained through interviews:

5 to 8: The following four extracts from a section titled: "The causes of Eskom's financial challenges":

9. The below graph is from a section on "Causes for increase in primary energy costs":

10. The below comes from an annexure titled: "Conflicts of interest":

Democratic Alliance MP Natasha Mazzone said this week she will continue with her application in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act to gain access to the full, original report.

“There is no valid reason for keeping this report secret as South Africans have every right to know the truth about what is going on at such a vital state entity,” she said.

The much talked-about Financial Mail cover story on Thursday that publishes details from several versions of Eskom’s Dentons investigation paints the power utility as rotting from within.

FULL STORY: Much more to Dentons report than Eskom revealed

ESKOM APPROVED VERSION: Dentons report shows serious breaches

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