Anoj Singh breached the Public Finance Management Act – DA

The suspended Eskom Chief Financial Officer, Anoj Singh and his former boss Brian Molefe breafing the media on Eskom finances | Pic: Twitter #Singh

The official opposition party , the Democratic Alliance (DA) accuses the suspended Eskom Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Anoj Singh of violating the Public Finance Management Act.

The DA announced todays that it has officially laid criminal charges against the suspended Eskom CFO Anoj Singh following his alleged role in a range of corruption scandals and dodgy deals at the power utility. The party says has reason to believe that Mr. Singh has possibly breached the Public Finance Management Act.

“The time has come for all of those who have seemingly contributed to the looting of our public funds, face the full might of the law.” said DA

“The recent suspension of Singh does not absolve him from appearing before Parliament’s inquiry into the rot at Eskom.

“The DA trusts that the SAPS will ensure that this case is fully investigated to expose Singh’s apparent role in the rot of corruption that has manifested at Eskom.”

Anoj Singh was put on special leave by the New Eskom Board pending an investigations into his alleged mismanagement of funds at the power utility.

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