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Coal is destroying South Africa. Renewables are the future        
Coal is destroying South Africa. Renewables are the future        
Eskom is too big to fail. The fate of the power utility and the fate of this country are one and the same. And right now plans to rescue Eskom lie...
Cosatu suggests an Eskom solution
Cosatu suggests an Eskom solution
We all know that Eskom needs a Big Fix before it drags the whole economy down with it, but we also know that there is a strong narrative which says...
Mr Gordhan, Eishkom isn’t a natural disaster
Mr Gordhan, Eishkom isn’t a natural disaster
A few nights ago on news channel eNCA, I heard Eishkom chief operating officer Jan Oberholzer and board chairperson Jabu Mabuza, as well as Public...
Whatever happened to Ramaphoria?
Whatever happened to Ramaphoria?
Analyst JP Landman of Nedbank Private Wealth, said in November that President Cyril Ramaphosa “set himself two tasks: rebuild the ethical...
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After years of pumping billions into the airline, government picked business rescue to prevent a wider fallout at Eskom and other state entities...
South Africa’s state owned companies: A complex history that’s seldom told
South Africa’s state owned companies: A complex history that’s seldom told
The problems of South Africa’s state owned enterprises are in the headlines every day. Yet many have existed for over 80 years.
How Eskom is fuelling South Africa’s economic crisis
How Eskom is fuelling South Africa’s economic crisis
South Africa’s state power utility Eskom is one of the biggest challenges facing the country. Mess up Eskom, and you mess up the country. And it...
SAA cut off to protect other SOEs
SAA cut off to protect other SOEs
A last-minute intervention by Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan — just hours before the airline’s board told its staff of a...
SIU heeds the ‘more orange overalls’ call
SIU heeds the ‘more orange overalls’ call
In an interview with the Mail & Guardian Data Desk, the head of the country’s premier forensic investigation division — the...
Scopa: No money for a bailout so pay your bills
Scopa: No money for a bailout so pay your bills
Eskom’s arm was twisted — for now — to keep the lights on at municipalities who owe the power utility billions of rand in unpaid...
GDP declines more than expected, at 0.6%
GDP declines more than expected, at 0.6%
South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) contracted 0.6% in the third quarter after economic activity in a number of sectors weakened.

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