Eskom said on Monday it was parting ways with Jan Oberholzer, who worked as a consultant with the company to solve the power crisis.
The power supplier said Oberholzer’s last day at Eskom will be 31 July 2023. This is done by means of a common agreement.
Oberholzer was appointed in May this year on a fixed-term contract to provide support for the Koeberg power station’s long-term operation (LTO) and Kusile power station projects.
“Eskom thanks Mr. Jan Oberholzer for his dedicated service, knowledge and valuable contributions during his tenure. We wish him all the best.”
Oberholzer was Eskom’s chief operating officer until his retirement in April 2023 after 30 years of service.