Solidarity says that ex-Eskom boss Brian Molefe should keep an eye out for the Sheriff of the Court. This comes as the trade union obtained a writ of execution, authorising the attachment of Molefe's Pretoria home to cover costs awarded against him.
Brian Molefe can expect a knock on the door from a Sheriff of the Court, according to Solidarity.
The group has managed to secure a writ of execution, granting the sheriff permission to attach the former Eskom CEO's house in Pretoria:
"The property will then be sold at public auction for Molefe’s debt of R708 102 to Solidarity to be settled."
To pour salt on the wound, Solidarity says that this amount excludes the order passed down by the Constitutional Court as these costs have yet to be finalised.
TimesLIVE reports that the High Court had found the former CEO had unlawfully allocated R30 million in pension funds to himself.
Briefly.co.za reported that R10 million of that amount had already made its way to Molefe's accounts, with the Constitutional Court ordering that he should repay the ill-gotten funds.
Both Solidarity and AfriForum have announced that they have approached Advocate Gerrie Nel to begin private prosecution in an attempt to reclaim the funds owed to the utility.
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