MPs fume after Eskom board misses Parliamentary oversight meeting

Feb 18 2020 14:19

The struggling power utility's board failed to appear before Parliament's oversight committee on public accounts on Tuesday, much to the chagrin of MPs.


Ramaphosa says govt will let municipalities buy power from independent producers

Feb 13 2020 21:07

The president says that, over the next few months, government would implement measures to "fundamentally change the trajectory of energy generation in our country".


Union suspects there could be a 'secret plan' to sell SAA

Feb 13 2020 14:09

Numsa suspects there is a secret plan to sell SAA "to someone waiting in the wings" and Fin24 tries to establish if this could indeed be the case.


Business, unions 'agree to give space' to Eskom proposal

Feb 11 2020 19:25

The Congress of South African Trade Unions, the country’s biggest labour federation, has said it won’t reach a pact with business on how to resolve the debt crisis at Eskom by the time President Cyril Ramaphosa gives his state-of-the-nation speech on Thursday.


From business rescue to court action: Other unions react to Cosatu's plan to cut Eskom's debt

Feb 11 2020 14:43

Talks to use finance from public and private institutions to cut Eskom's R450bn of debt by around R250bn gathered pace last week in meetings between government, business and labour.



Eskom: High Court dismissed our application on urgency, not merit

Feb 10 2020 16:38

The High Court in Pretoria has dismissed Eskom’s urgent application to implement electricity tariff hikes of 16.6% and 16.7% over the next two years. Now the utility awaits the next phase of the proceedings.

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