South African law enforcement agencies have been asked to investigate three former chairman of state power utility Eskom by a parliamentary investigation into corruption at the firm.
Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises, in adopting the Eskom Inquiry report, asked South Africa's Directorate of Priority Crime Investigations to focus on several former executives.
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