Eskom spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe has resigned for the power utility firm.
He joined Eskom in 2008, confirmed his resignation to the press, saying that he wanted to spend time with his family.
He said that the last five years were difficult for him as the allegations of the power utility being captured emerged.
“Having been with Eskom as the national spokesperson for the last five years it’s almost tantamount to being at an emergency room at hospital. You would see people with broken limbs and all sorts of things. After all those experiences, you need to take some time out and detox and distress and recharge and then afterwards obviously you can start afresh and focus on new challenges,” said Phasiwe
“So this is where I am at the moment. I would like to take some time out, relax and be with my family before deciding on the next move.”
Khulu Phasiwe has resigned as the Eskom spokesperson after 10 years at the power utility and five as its mouthpiece.