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Eskom’s troubles laid bare

 31 Jan 20
Eskom is in trouble. It is drowning in debt and cannot meet the demand for electricity.…

Necsa ruling highlights ministerial overreach

 22 Jan 20
On 15 January 2020 the remaining members of the Radebe appointed Necsa Board resigned citing a 'dysfunctional' relationship with Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe.…

Eskom’s monopoly has caused loadshedding, sabotaged SA’s future

02 Aug 19   Gary Moore
The government’s conduct over the last century and more has led to the situation South Africa finds itself in today with regards to the provision of electricity.…

Carbon tax may be noble but it will add to SA’s woes

14 Jun 19   Chris Hattingh
President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed the Carbon Tax Act into law. This new tax will be imposed on South Africans from June 1 2019.…

Renewable energy is a disaster and will collapse SA’s electricity supply system

26 Apr 19   Andrew Kenny
South Africa is lurching towards another electricity disaster to make the Eskom disaster even worse.…

Misdiagnosis means Eskom’s problems will persist

11 Mar 19   Chris Hattingh
If you counted every hair on your head, that amount probably will not add up to the amount of times you have read and heard about the causes of the Eskom crisis.…

Government must take steps to unbundle Eskom

04 Mar 19   Jasson Urbach
Should government continue to dominate energy supply as is proposed in the government's latest declared plans?…

Government stealth tax to fund ailing Eskom

27 Feb 19   Mpiyakhe Dhlamini
Officially, for the 2019/20 financial year, government will not be increasing income taxes.…