Prosecute Brian Molefe‚ says Solidarity after pension win

Trade union Solidarity says it will lobby for criminal prosecution of former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe‚ following Thursday’s Pretoria high court ruling that means he has 10 days to pay back R11-million erroneously paid to him.

Solidarity chief executive Dirk Hermann said in a statement the matter of the unlawful pension payout – which would have totalled R30.1-million – should not even have gone to court.

In response to Solidarity’s court papers‚ the Public Prosecutor had confirmed under oath that possible criminal offences by Molefe would be investigated‚ he said.

Solidarity said it would hold the director of public prosecutions “to his word and plans to make representations within two weeks on the grounds for criminal prosecution of Molefe”.

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