Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe and former board chairperson Zola Tsotsi are expected to appear before Parliament’s portfolio committee on public enterprises on Tuesday.
“The committee will receive evidence from former CEO Mr Brian Molefe and former chairperson of the board Mr Zola Tsotsi,” Parliament said in a statement.
The committee will continue its inquiry into allegations of mismanagement of state funds in state-owned enterprises.
The committee previously heard evidence from witnesses including former CEO Brian Dames, who resigned as Eskom CEO in 2014 and testified in October.
Dames, in his testimony, accused Tsotsi of interfering with procurement matters in the company.
Meanwhile, Molefe in an exclusive interview with The New Age earlier this month accused Parliament of having no sense of urgency to hear him.
He said that this was despite him having made a number of attempts to speak to Parliament, to ask when he would be called.
Molefe vowed to clear his name.
“I’ve been watching the inquiry every day on TV and my name is being dragged through the mud. Perceptions are being painted and these are the dominant perceptions in society,” Molefe said.