Wheels of justice are turning for Koko and co

Outa CEO hopeful these arrests will result in successful court prosecutions

The noose seems to be tightening around those implicated in state capture and corruption over the years with the arrests of high-profile executives who were once at the helm of hollowed out state-owned entities.

Yesterday's arrest of former Eskom acting chief executive officer Matshela Koko for alleged corruption over a multibillion-rand tender was the 27th case to be enrolled in court for alleged state capture-related offences and corruption...

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