Kusile power station

 
No plan as coal jobs go extinct
No plan as coal jobs go extinct
About 60 000 jobs could be lost in the coal sector if South Africa takes its goal of cutting down on carbon emissions seriously.
Hadebe tries to allay fears of job losses in internal Eskom memo
Hadebe tries to allay fears of job losses in internal Eskom memo
"Will I still have a job in this turnaround of Eskom?"
Utility vows to complete Medupi and Kusile stations
Utility vows to complete Medupi and Kusile stations
Despite the problems experienced at Eskom’s two new coal-fired power stations, Medupi and Kusile, where costs have ballooned and delays abound,...
Eskom's Medupi and Kusile to cost R36bn to complete, will not be halted — Mabuza
Eskom's Medupi and Kusile to cost R36bn to complete, will not be halted — Mabuza
Construction on the Medupi and Kusile power stations will go ahead as the cost of halting the projects will not benefit the economy, the ...
Load-shedding a concern for 2019 poll
Load-shedding a concern for 2019 poll
Load-shedding is an acute concern for the Electoral Commission of South Africa ahead of the key May 8 general election, particularly regarding...
Eskom cannot rule out more rolling blackouts in coming months
Eskom cannot rule out more rolling blackouts in coming months
There is “no magic wand” to rid South Africa of the current bout of load-shedding as Eskom faces a myriad of historical, financial and...
Koko slams graft allegations, says his track record speaks for itself
Koko slams graft allegations, says his track record speaks for itself
Former acting Eskom CEO Matshela Koko has maintained that corruption and mismanagement at the power utility had nothing to do with him, as...
Matshela Koko: ‘I am a victim’
Matshela Koko: ‘I am a victim’
Former Eskom chief executive Matshela Koko took to radio on Monday to once again deny allegations he used his position to aid the controversial...
Energy sector favours home-grown help for Eskom
Energy sector favours home-grown help for Eskom
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan had been forced to give up his plan to import technical assistance for Eskom from Rome. This follows...
Importing power is not the answer
Importing power is not the answer
We cannot afford to let our panic to keep the lights on overshadow the need to scrutinise our energy future, especially when we’re importing...
More power to greenfield thinking
More power to greenfield thinking
If you were to contrast two extremes of United States politics, you could hardly do better than Donald Trump and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Trump...
Pollution kills as power plants fail
Pollution kills as power plants fail
Air pollution from Eskom’s power plants kills about 333 people a year, the utility says.

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