Hogan said the next day the Eskom board informed senior management that Maroga was no longer CEO.
Zuma was not in the country at the time. However‚ Hogan said: "I got a telephone call from the president and he was really furious and he was shouting at me."
Speaking of the conversation with Zuma‚ she said: "He said 'Maroga‚ you've got to stop it.' He said tell them (the Eskom board) that they have got to stop now ... And short of just defying him‚ it was a very confusing situation."
Hogan told the commission: "I didn’t have any knowledge if the president had any further matters which he could not disclose to me.
"It was a complete and utter nightmare and should never have taken place ... The issues were so profound from a constitutional point of view that you didn’t have time to think this through."
Hogan said she then met Zuma on November 6.