Civil society organisation Corruption Watch South Africa said it has launched an application in the high court in Pretoria to have former Eskom board members declared delinquent.
The application “focuses on the violation of fiduciary duties and gross negligence on the part of former board members”, the Johannesburg-based Corruption Watch said in an e-mailed statement on Monday.
The papers name Mark Pamensky, Anoj Singh, Brian Molefe, Venete Klein, Zethembe Wilfred Khoza and former minister of public enterprises Lynne Brown.
Eskom is R419-billion in debt, is loss making, has more staff than it needs and its ageing plants can’t always produce enough power to meet declining demand.
Most African service providers are under complaints by users for not meeting their expectations for example in Zimbabwe users are complaining that, Econet, and Netone are failing to provide good services especially on data bundles and this will revolve to misuse of funds by the service providers’ board members.
Econet and Netone’s service users are complaining that the WhatsApp data bundles are not serving their purposes as the one week’s are only lasting for two to three days where as the one month’s are only lasting for two weeks.
However users of Telecel service providers are singing a different tune as the service provider is meeting their expectations.