Eskom’s own court papers could bolster aggrieved bidder Westinghouse’s case
The DA is seeking clarity on government's bailout plans for Eskom, and wants to know how much of its debt will be absorbed by taxpayers.
The state has announced a rescue package for struggling power supplier Eskom. But experts fear it could mean further credit rating downgrades for SA.
Westinghouse Electric SA is aiming to get access to documents that made Eskom decide to award French company Areva to replace its steam generators.
In just 48 hours, Eskom apparently made an about-turn to award a tender to the ‘losing’ bidder
A Greenpeace investigation of Witbank, which has the world’s dirtiest air, sheds light on the impact of coal on humans. A photo essay explains.
Treasury will consider partnerships with the private sector to extend some of SA's infrastructure build despite it being politically impossible.
Westinghouse is demanding a review of the utility’s decision on Koeberg contract
The embattled parastatal needs a fighter at its helm, critics say
After taking four years to make a decision, Eskom has awarded a multibillion-rand Koeberg refurbishment contract to French firm Areva.
South Africa's unwillingness to move from nuclear and coal power will lead to catastrophic climate change for the profit of a few, writes Sipho Kings.
M&G readers write in about who should head Eskom, and what really happened with the unearthing of a journal.
The treasury and energy departments in particular are gunning for former finance minister Trevor Manuel to head the cash-strapped power utility.
The National Energy Regulator has agreed to Eskom recouping costs of R7.8bn from its previous price period, exacerbating upcoming rate increases.
The power utility says load shedding may worsen this winter as it battles with electricity outages attributed to its antiquated power stations.
The power parastatal has employed external consultant Mike Rossouw to help solve its myriad problems.
Mike Rossouw is expected to introduce some much needed realism at Eskom, with a more customer-centric approach.
The national energy regulator says consumers will be considered when it reviews Eskom's proposal for another electricity price hike.
Eskom has warned that its R7-billion profit will not be enough to meet its revenue shortfall over the next five years and keep the lights on.