Eskom has met with CEOs and top leadership from at least 70 businesses in a JSE- and Business Leadership South Africa-led session.
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Rolling load shedding should come to an end by the end of this week as more power generation units come online.
Eskom will make 300 square kilometres of additional land available across various provinces to independent power producers in a bid to end load shedding.
National treasury is seeking to hire a legal firm to advise it on how to reorganise the R396-billion debt burden held by Eskom.
South Africa must diversify its sources of electricity. We cannot rely on a single state utility any longer. By Busi Mavuso.
The unlawful industrial action at Eskom’s power stations is costing South Africa three stages of load shedding, CEO André de Ruyter said.
Eskom CEO André de Ruyter says the power utility will be taking action against workers who embarked on an illegal strike over the past week.
Eskom is offering workers a 7% wage increase after the utility lost units during illegal protests that plunged South Africa into the worst blackouts since 2019, sources said.
Eskom has warned that there is a “very real risk” of stage-6 load shedding during the evening peak on Tuesday as an illegal strike at Eskom intensifies and turns violent.
South Africa’s plan to build gas-fired power plants has become outdated with renewables becoming cheaper, Meridian Economics has found.