The Solidarity Trade Union has filed criminal charges against former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe and former board chairperson, Ben Ngubane.
Trade Union Solidarity, which brought the application to revoke Molefe’s pension pay-out, says it’s pleased with the court’s decision.
Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe ‘s lawyer Barry Farber says they will study Thursday’s court judgment before they decide their next step.
Brian Molefe’s lawyer Barry Farber says it is not clear whether the former Eskom Chief Executive Officer will appeal Thursday’s high court ruling that set aside his R30 million pension pay out.
Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has been ordered to pay back R11 million he has received so far as part of a R30-million pension pay-out from the power utility. He has been given ten days to pay back the money.
The High Court in Pretoria has just ruled that Brian Molefe had indeed resigned from Eskom as CEO and therefore is ordered to payback R11 million of the pension payout he received from the power utility.
Trade union Solidarity’s court application relating to former ESKOM CEO Brian Molefe’s 30 million rand pension pay-out is expected to be heard in the Pretoria High Court this Tuesday.
Labour union Solidarity has rejected the apology and explanation forwarded by former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe that the power utility pension fund administrators have erred in paying him the 30 million rand pension.
Trade union Solidarity has called on former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe to pay back the pension money he received from the power utility or face criminal charges.
Members of the Public Enterprises Committee of the National Assembly, including the evidence leader Ntuthuzelo Vanara, on Tuesday grilled former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe during his testimony to the inquiry into Eskom.