EOH finds suspicious past deals of R1.2bn

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EOH, which announced on Monday that three long-serving executives had resigned, says a probe into its past government dealings uncovered suspicious transactions worth R1.2bn.

New CEO Stephen van Coller said in February the company had hired law firm Ensafrica (ENS) to review all its large, historical licensing contracts with the state...

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