Johannesburg – The Hawks and the Asset Forfeiture Unit have seized assets worth R11-million, belonging to a former Eskom employee and a businessman.
Former Eskom financial controller Mosia Moraka and Victor Tshabalala of Meagra Transportation devised a scam where fraudulent invoices were issued for work not done.
This left Eskom R35-million out of pocket.
Tshabalala’s company is said to have transported coal for Eskom in Mpumalanga.
The pair were convicted of fraud in the Specialised Commercial Crimes Court in September.
Their assets were seized on Tuesday, and among them, properties and 32 vehicles registered to Meagra Transportation.