Another greedy bloodsucking corporate giant who could not care about the future of South Africa.
This is just the tip of the iceberg. They reportedly have extensive people on their payrolls who do not even work for EOH, but who are conveniently friends & family of mayors and government officials whose departments do business with EOH.
It is also not a new revelation that EOH is corrupt.
Calling all Angelo Agrizzis – there’s a BOSASA V2 happening here
To EOH, trivial details such as South African children dying in pit latrine “sh1thole” toilets are irrelevant, because the taxes which were meant to be used to build school toilets, instead went toward funding corruption at EOH.
Securities and Exchange Commission Division of Enforcement needs to look into EOH. They will be amazed at the number of US companies who are doing business with this cesspool of corruption.
Well done Microsoft for pulling out of the partnership.
Microsoft’s decision relates to an anonymous complaint to the US SEC about a R120m software deal, says report