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Trillian whistleblower says Eskom’s Singh paid R30.6m for no reason

By: African News Agency      3rd November 2017 A whistleblower on Friday told the parliamentary inquiry into Eskom the power utility settled a fraudulent invoice from Trillian for R30.6-million. Former Trillian Management Consulting (TMC) chief executive Bianca Goodson said she found her signature on a cover letter to the invoice that was... 

Trillian raked in money for nothing, knew Nene and Gordhan would be fired, Eskom inquiry hears

By: African News Agency      31st October 2017 A former top executive of Trillian Capital Partners on Tuesday confirmed that the company did work for Eskom to the tune of R600-million without any formal contract with the power utility after earning R93-million from Transnet for no services rendered. Mosilo Mothep’s testimony before... 

Outa accuses Eskom consultants of ‘gambling’ with public money

By: Kim Cloete     19th October 2017 The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) has alleged that Eskom consultants Trillian Capital Partners have been “dabbling” in derivatives and losing billions of rands in the process. “Trillian has been dabbling in derivatives with our public money, racking up losses of R27-billion,” Outa... 

Black Business Council says Eskom CEO musical chairs doesn’t inspire confidence 

By: African News Agency      9th October 2017 The Black Business Council (BBC) said on Monday that it was concerned by the sudden change of leadership at State-owned power utility Eskom, saying that government must give the enterprise some space and not meddle in its affairs. This comes after Eskom last week appointed its chief information... 

McKinsey told Eskom of transparency risk at Trillian Capital

By: Bloomberg     3rd October 2017 Eskom Holdings continued to pay Trillian Capital Partners even after McKinsey & Co warned the South African State power company that it had concerns over transparency at the project development partner. Letters written in March 2016 by McKinsey to Eric Wood, the chief executive officer of... 

McKinsey, KPMG targeted as South Africa graft scandal widens

By: Bloomberg     15th September 2017 After helping topple one of Britain’s best known public-relations companies, South African anti-corruption groups are now targeting US consultancy McKinsey & Co. and auditing firm KPMG for doing work for businesses tied to the Gupta family and President Jacob Zuma’s son. The Guptas, originally... 

Sexwale appoints advocate to investigate possible corruption allegely involving Trillian

By: Anine Kilian     4th November 2016 Advisory group Trillian Capital Partners has appointed Advocate Geoff Budlender to lead an inquiry into the company regarding allegations of corruption, announced nonexecutive chairperson Tokyo Sexwale on Friday. This follows a Sunday Times article published last week alleging that a member or... 

Sexwale to probe shock Trillian Gupta, Nenegate allegations

By: News24Wire      26th October 2016 Tokyo Sexwale, independent nonexecutive chair of Trillian, plans an independent investigation in order to fully test the veracity of allegations made in a Sunday newspaper this past weekend. The Sunday Times alleged pre-knowledge by a member or members of Trillian concerning President Jacob... 

Melrose Arch gives Trillian Capital Partners’ fresh new headquarters

     22nd September 2016 Securing new headquarters at South Africa’s most sought after business address, Trillian Capital Partners has moved its head office to Melrose Arch, crafting a fresh and highly collaborative workspace that supports its business. Adding to the long list of corporate heavyweights already enjoying... 

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