A Limpopo businessman, who was a supplier for the Eskom Kusile Power Station, will appear in the Pretoria Regional Court on Wednesday where he is expected to plead to the charges against him.
Maphoko Hudson Kgomoeswana is charged with six counts of fraud for alleged tax evasion in his personal capacity and his business, Babinatlou Business Services CC between the period 2016 to 2018.
The alleged tax fraud was discovered during the investigation into corruption relating to the Eskom Kusile Power Station.
Kgomoeswana is accused of failing to file his personal and business tax returns for three years, amounting to R5-million.
He is out on R300 000 bail. Kgomoeswana is one of four accused in the R745-million corruption case relating to the Kusile Power Station.
The charges against them include fraud, corruption, money laundering, as well as offering and receiving unauthorised gratification between 2014 and 2017.