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More woes for Medupi and Kusile

Irregular contract modifications have caused both costs and delays to escalate

In his Sona speech, Ramaphosa must tread the line between promises and reality

South Africa has a slew of service-delivery problems, most notably in the water and electricity sectors. The time for promises is over: what the country needs is action

New load-shedding crisis looms

The treasury’s rejection of South32’s proposal to increase the value of its Eskom contract by R1.2-billion could spark a coal shortage for the parastatal

Mabuza contract grows by R10m

Eskom’s negotiators in a R100-million maintenance contract came back with a proposal to push up the costs

Some tips for Eskom’s new boss

Regular maintenance, zero corruption and no emergency coal procurement are the main issues

Ground zero with Eskom’s De Ruyter

The former head of stressed Nampak has been brought in to set right the floundering utility

Molefe did not get approval for massive Transnet locomotive price hike, inquiry hears

The 1 064 locomotives were meant to upgrade and modernise Transnet's fleet, but the contract has been dogged by allegations of corruption

Eskom chief Hadebe is Mr Fix-it

The former civil servant who turned around the Land Bank has a much bigger job ahead

Eskom’s chief information officer Sean Maritz suspended

Eskom's former interim CEO faced scrutiny for his role in signing off on a questionable R400-million payment from Eskom to a Hong Kong bank account

Changes buy Eskom a tiny bit of time

The utility faces an immediate cash-flow problem and tougher deep-seated challenges

What telling the truth means at the Eskom inquiry

In terms of subsection three, the evidence of a witness given before a committee may not be used against the witness as evidence of a wrongdoing

WATCH LIVE: Eskom’s former CFO Anoj Singh testifies at the Eskom inquiry

Anoj Singh is now appearing before the Eskom inquiry to answer to allegations that he was involved in Gupta-linked tender irregularities.

New Eskom board will provide ‘comfort’ to markets – spokesperson

There is a possibility that the World Bank could issue a default letter for its $3.75-billion (R45-billion) loan to the power utility.

Eskom on the hunt for stability, fires Dladla as acting chief executive

However, Eskom has not entirely let go of Dladla will continue in his previous position as chief executive of Eskom Rotek Industries.

Fat-cat bosses need to slim down

Tougher reporting requirements could cut disparities between top execs and employees

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