- Ex-Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter is making waves once again with a tell-all book about his tenure at the ailing power utility
- In his book, De Ruyter dives deeper into the corruption allegation he made during his explosive TV interview
- The tell-all has generated mixed reactions for citizens; while some people find it patriotic, others think he should have named names
Former Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter is no stranger to causing a buzz in Mzansi, so it is no surprise that his tell-all book about corruption at Eskom is making waves online.
De Ruyter's Truth to Power: My Three Years Inside Eskom was released over the weekend and retails at R350.
The tell-all delves into the challenges the former CEO faced when he was handed the helm of the ailing power utility in 2019.
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De Ryter dives deeper into Eskom corruption in tell-all book
In Truth to Power: My Three Years Inside Eskom, De Ruyter dives deeper into his claims about corruption at the utility and the lack of political will to tackle it, BusinessTech reported.
De Ruyters tell-all book divides Mzansi
The book has garnered mixed reactions from South Africans. While some people found De Ruyter's exposè inspiring, while criticised him for not naming names.
Below are some reactions:
"'Truth to Power’ for those who can afford to buy my book."
"The God complex is astounding. A typically poor ANC hire."
"Grabbing a copy tomorrow "
"How will Gordhan be charged for this negligence?"
"He failed in his job."
South Africans angered at ex-Eskom CEO André de Ruyter’s refusal to name politicians involved in corruption
In another story, Briefly News reported that many South Africans are criticising former Eskom CEO André de Ruyter following his recent appearance before the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) on Wednesday, 26 April.
De Ruyter was called before the committee to answer questions related to his explosive interview on eNCA with journalist Anika Larsen.
The former CEO alleged that Eskom had become a "feeding trough" for the African National Congress. He also accused an unnamed senior minister of corrupting the power utility, reports BusinessTech.
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Source: Briefly News