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CEO of Eskom Rotek Industries resigns

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The CEO of Eskom’s subsidiary Eskom Rotek Industries, Johnny Dladla, has tendered his resignation and will leave Eskom at the end of this month (31 October) to pursue private business interests.

His successor will be announced in due course.


Dladla has 23 years of experience within Eskom, 17 of which were invested in various non-regulated businesses within Eskom, and 5 years as CEO of Eskom Enterprises and its subsidiaries.  


He was appointed Interim Group CEO of Eskom Holdings between June 2017 and October 2017.

Eskom’s Group CEO, Phakamani Hadebe, thanked Dladla for his efforts in helping to stabilise Eskom. Eskom Group Chief Executive Phakamani Hadebe wished him well in his new endeavours.

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