/ 14 October 2022

How Eskom’s growing debt will bite consumers

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The Presidential Climate Commission has objected to extending coal-fired power stations beyond their natural lifespan. (Waldo Swiegers/Getty Images)
The power utility, already burdened by a debt of R396‑billion, has taken on a R9-billion loan from the World Bank, causing economists to warn of tariff hikes

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