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Brown unveils new interim Eskom board

Jun 23 2017 12:10

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has unveiled an interim Eskom board, which has the uphill challenge of steering the state-owned power utility out of its quagmire of controversies.


Brown looks set to free Eskom from state capture

Jun 23 2017 09:05

The signals are clear that Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown will inject fresh leadership with no links to state capture at power utility Eskom.


IPP deal stuck in limbo as officials cite Eskom 'hardships'

Jun 20 2017 13:22

Eskom will approach energy regulator Nersa and National Treasury as part of efforts to end the stalemate holding up the independent power producers' procurement deal.


Koko probe: Eskom board mulling report before briefing Brown

Jun 19 2017 18:54

The Eskom board has received the Cliffe Decker Hofmeyr report, which investigated a potential conflict of interest regarding former acting Eskom CEO Matshela Koko.


Eskom board faces axing on Friday

Jun 19 2017 15:59

Eskom’s embattled board is likely to get the chop on Friday at its annual general meeting, after the minister and the board's public legal spat over the weekend.


Eskom makes do with 2.2% tariff increase – Singh

Jun 14 2017 14:15

Eskom CFO Anoj Singh estimates it will take around seven years for the power utility to reach financial stability, depending on the tariff hikes granted and cost-saving initiatives.


Municipal debt could escalate beyond R9bn – Singh

Jun 14 2017 13:28

Eskom CFO Anoj Singh believes the current municipal debt will in all likelihood escalate, which could result in another tariff cycle to try and mitigate the debt situation.

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Eskom inquiries could keep out-of-job Ngubane busy

Jun 14 2017 23:33

Outgoing Eskom chairperson Ben Ngubane might find his new free time is cut short, if he truly intends being a “part of the team that will answer to everything”.


Voices of discontent against Ngubane grow

Jun 13 2017 20:54

Fedusa has added its voice to the growing out pour against former Eskom chair Ben Ngubane, calling for him to face a judicial commission of inquiry.

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