SIU auctions ex-Eskom manager's luxury house, cars

SIU auctions ex-Eskom manager's luxury house, cars

The Special Investigating Unit has begun auctioning the luxury properties of former Eskom manager Duduzile Moyo and her husband, Mmoloki Moyo.

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The assets include an upmarket house in Silver Lakes Estates in Pretoria, as well as two cars.

Moyo allegedly siphoned almost R25 million through contract fraud, where she contracted a company called Tamukelo Business Enterprise to transport water from Kendell to Kusile Power Station.

She signed off 23 certificates amounting to R138 million in just two-and-a-half years.

According to the SIU, the company paid kickbacks to companies linked to her and her family.

In 2022, the SIU obtained a preservation order to freeze the pension and provident fund of Moyo before her subsequent resignation.

The order also includes Moyo’s two minor children, a trust and business named after her children – Onalerona Trust and Tshimologo Trading and Projects- as well as two trustees, Tandiwe Gloria Nzama and Anani Sanelisiwe Dlamini, who is also the sole member of Tshimologo.

"There was an apparent conflict of interest in that she received these funds in circumstances where

part of her duties and functions were as a Middle Manager." said SIU Spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago

"Moyo was also part of a team that presented the negotiation strategy of the Tamukelo tender worth over R300 million to the tender and procurement committee.

"She also deceived Eskom and repeatedly made fraudulent misrepresentations, declaring that there was no conflict of interest when dealing with Tamukelo and other role players for five years when signing Eskom’s Annual Declaration of Conflict Interest Policy.”


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