Former Eskom chiefs Molefe and Tsotsi to face Eskom inquiry

Nov 20 2017 16:01

Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe and ex-chair Zola Tsotsi will give evidence in the Eskom inquiry conducted by Parliament’s public enterprises portfolio committee.


Fear of jobs bloodbath over Eskom tariff hike

Nov 20 2017 06:00

An economists warns that Eskom's proposed 19.9% electricity hike will result in job losses in the steel and engineering sector, which has already suffered more than 25 000 job cuts over the last three years.


Eskom 'going down and under very, very fast'

Nov 19 2017 06:07

With a new report detailing how Eskom is wasting billions of rands constructing power stations to supply electricity for which there is no demand, the state utility is “going down and under very, very fast”, says energy adviser.


Eskom powers ahead with nuclear plans, report shows

Nov 17 2017 14:26

Despite terminating its nuclear new build request for information in 2017 following a court decision, Eskom is powering ahead with plans in preparation for the tender programme to be rebooted.


Eskom tariff hike: Job losses loom large

Nov 17 2017 16:51

Huge job losses await South Africa if Eskom’s requested tariff hike is granted, energy regulator Nersa has heard at hearings.


Eskom: Caught between a bailout and a tariff hike

Nov 16 2017 15:43

Eskom executives' plea for a tariff hike of 20%, has been met with a tough response from members of the National Energy Regulator of South Africa.


To save Eskom from ruin, SA should ditch nuclear plan and cut coal power - study

Nov 16 2017 12:54

Eskom should cut down on its coal power network – including curtailing work at Kusile – and should not embark on any new nuclear, gas or coal building programmes if it wants to save itself from financial ruin, a new study has found.


Eskom is set to make massive loss, report shows

Nov 16 2017 07:03

The low electricity price increase granted by Nersa and declining sales volumes, rising costs and debtor payment challenges are putting Eskom’s revenue, cash flow and bottom line under severe pressure.


EXCLUSIVE: Brown says she never saw Molefe's pension letter

Nov 15 2017 19:12

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has in court documents denied receiving a letter written in November 2015 that set out former Eskom boss Brian Molefe's highly controversial pension package.


Eskom inquiry: Motion of confidence in Vanara

Nov 15 2017 12:54

Members of the Public Enterprises Committee has called for a motion of confidence in advocate Ntuthuzelo Vanara who is currently the evidence leader of the inquiry into state capture at Eskom.

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Brown, Eskom board to face state capture inquiry - source

Nov 15 2017 13:22

Next week has been set aside for those accused of state capture, a Parliamentary source speaking on condition of anonymity has told Fin24.


As it happened: 'I see the disappointment and anger in people’s eyes' - McKinsey

Nov 15 2017 10:17

David Fine, a senior partner at global consultancy McKinsey, told a parliamentary inquiry on Wednesday that the company was ashamed to be associated with state capture, and would return R1bn in fees from Eskom.

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