Analysts punch holes in the utility’s claim that we have it to thank for keeping the lights on.
Former Eskom managing director Dawid Malherbe was found guilty on Friday, with at least R10-million recouped by the asset forfeiture unit thus far.
The hidden costs of nuclear power and disingenuous claims made by the industry regulator cloud clarity about SA's energy needs.
It still has staunch believers but sceptics question the project's feasibility, writes Lynley Donnelly.
As the global coal industry contracts - with Peabody Energy the latest to go under - experts say local producers won't feel the shock waves just yet.
A sting operation involving a private investigator posing as a farmer has uncovered a scam in which staffers sell transformers on the black market.
Eskom is finalising terms with the New Development Bank over a major loan to boost the power grid and aid SA's independent renewable power producers.
Eskom has come under fire about the alleged influence of the Guptas on various lucrative contracts, and two board members have resigned this week.
Readers write in about Zuma, and Eskom's nuclear plans.
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown admitting receiving a call from the Guptas on the morning that she was sworn in as minister.
As allegations of 'state capture' continue, it was revealed on Tuesday that an Eskom board member also serves a Gupta-owned company's board.
The voices of people such as former SANDF chief Siphiwe Nyanda, whose ANC credentials cannot be questioned, are vital.
Former chairperson Zola Tsotsi says he was kicked out of the power utility after being told he wasn’t "playing the game".
Promising no load-shedding this winter, Eskom says it is ahead of schedule in building new units and won’t rule out dabbling in nuclear.
The utility’s biggest consumers will use less electricity, so in theory there will be more for ordinary citizens and no load-shedding.
South Africa's energy regulator has given Eskom the go-ahead to hike electricity prices by 9.4% for 2016-17.
The power utility is seeking relief after its higher electricity tariffs led to lower sales.
Energy efficiency programmes have saved more than R1.5-billion in the past five years, dramatically cutting South Africa's power bill.
There is no sense in trying to impose socialist solutions that barely worked even in the advanced industrial countries