Ben Ngubane: an angry man
Patrick Gauteng I remember him as a belligerent IFP negotiator during the Kempton Park deliberations. He’ll go into his grave with that belligerence. Maxwell KwaZulu-Natal Some four years ago, the country was subjected to load shedding on the pretext that there was lack of generating capacity. That was not true. Ben Ngubane and his cronies created a dire situation to set the stage for parastatal capture by the Guptas so they, the Guptas, could supply substandard coal to Eskom on an urgent basis after forcing the sale of Optimum Coal to the Guptas’ Tegeta company. The rest is history. The shenanigans of Brian Molefe et al happened under Ngubane’s watch. He may now rant and rave and be as angry as a tsunami at its most ferocious, but who cares? He must be held accountable. Malatji Evans via SMS It was time to put an end to the Ngubane-Molefe dictatorship at Eskom. It’s now up to our socalled president, Jacob Zuma, to oversee the whole process. Allison Gauteng He should be investigated. He’s been badly compromised. Joe Gauteng Ben Ngubane must be held accountable for his roles at the SABC, Transnet and Eskom. As chairperson, he appointed the proxies for the Guptas. Thulani Nxele KwaZulu-Natal Dr Ngubane must be held accountable for his role at Eskom. There are allegations for him to answer. P Pilane North West Ngubane’s departure is a clear indication of his involvement in corruption with the Guptas at Eskom. The fact that his yes man cannot replace his loyal friend in collusion, Brian Molefe, means that the mission to complete the capture of Eskom will not be accomplished. Let him go, to avoid further crisis.