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SA's energy problems were a product of apartheid and government was not to blame for the current blackouts, President Jacob Zuma said on Friday.
The embattled electricity parastatal is heading to court over a disputed employee benefit scheme.
America’s big blunder leaves Pierre Korkie dead, the EFF moves up in the academic world and Eskom is still in the dark.
Will South Africa’s electricity grid collapse, plunging the country into weeks of darkness? Experts say it is possible, but unlikely.
Embattled SABC chairperson Ellen Tshabalala has been excluded from the new Transnet board, it emerged on Thursday.
As Eskom forces the country into deterioration and gives rise to dark forces, there is little promise of an age of enlightenment.
The DA's parliamentary leader also said that government should follow a "World Cup approach" to completing the Medupi and Kusile power stations.
The power utility said they apologised for the power cuts, but blackouts would continue until three of its generators are fixed.
An investigation by the parastatal’s board into the contentious ‘New Age’ deal will be finalised soon.
Parastatals are not primarily seen as development drivers or even as providers of services answerable to citizens, but as a source of patronage.
Eskom's rolling power blackouts aren't the problem, it's the discontent many in South Africa are all too familiar with.
For starters, the utility's overreliance on diesel turbines will hurt it financially in the short and long term.
Power provider Eskom has asked its staff to consider voluntary retrenchment packages, and employees are to decide on participation before February.
The ANC says state-owned enterprises are making negative headlines in the news every day and a new task team will get to the bottom of these problems.