The ANC has said retirement savings may be the answer to the state-owned power utility's woes.
A labour market report released by the Solidarity Research Institute on Tuesday showed deteriorating levels of job security in South Africa.
After months of scrapping with Eskom at the Labour Court and the CCMA, suspended CEO Tshediso Matona has agreed to go quietly.
Unless suspended chief executive Tshediso Matona goes quietly, there will be an ugly spectacle over who's the boss.
The Local government Association declared a dispute with Treasury to release of R1-billion to 39 municipalities whose funding is being withheld.
Mayor Parks Tau's greatest success is an electricity plan that makes Johannesburg less dependent on Eskom.
Electricity thieves are using cunning methods to ply their trade that not even the police or Eskom can prevent.
Numsa wants full disclosure from Eskom on the so-called "war room", and it believes that the electricity crisis is due to multi-million contracts.
Numsa calls for inquiry into Eskom and says it must open its books for public scrutiny.
Technological innovation that affects consumer behaviour and a shift to renewable energy are at the heart of the upheaval facing utilities.
The acting chief executive plans to find 3000MW of additional capacity by the end of the year to minimise the need for load shedding.
The ConCourt has ruled that state organs, as employers, have to take over the employment contracts of workers - if a contract or tender is cancelled.
Updated: Eight municipalities face mid-winter power cuts if they don't make arrangements with Eskom to pay their overdue electricity bills.
Power load shedding could last up to 12 hours at a time, as giant aluminium smelters consume discounted electricity with abandon.