Eskom said on Monday it had executed the separation of its transmission division, subject to certain conditions, in line with an end-December deadline.
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Eskom sees an opportunity to emerge from years of crisis by shifting from coal-fired power generation towards natural gas and renewables, its CEO said.
South Africa will soon agree on a comprehensive, unified approach to turning around Eskom, according to the public enterprises minister.
President Cyril Ramaphosa said things are improving at Eskom and that government is aware of the importance of reliable and stable electricity supply.
South Africa’s deepening energy crisis looks set to persist for at least two more years, with operational problems at Eskom showing no signs of abating.
Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe has accused Eskom of delaying emergency power projects, according to a report.
Eskom is facing deliberate acts of sabotage by unknown criminals, CEO André de Ruyter said on Friday.
Eskom plans to suspend rolling power cuts on Thursday evening as some of its generating units return to service.
Due to plant breakdowns at three power stations, Eskom will implement stage-2 load shedding for the rest of the week.