Tag: André de Ruyter
South Africa has once again been plunged into darkness. Plagued by ageing equipment and maintenance issues, Eskom has seen breakdowns, triggering stage four of load-shedding this week. Today the power utility announced the suspension of two managers at its power stations. Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter joins CNBC Africa for more.
While many South Africans are appreciating the fact that newly appointed CEO of Eskom, Andre de Ruyter is being honest about load shedding in the country and plans that are in place to move the struggling power utility forward but what does this mean for business and the economy? Energy Expert, Chris Yelland joins CNBC Africa for more.
CNBC Africa’s Karabo Letlhatlha joins us from Eskom’s quarterly operational update chaired by the newly appointed chief executive Andre de Ruyter
Eskom's new chief executive took charge of the struggling state-owned utility on Monday, embarking on the mammoth task of fixing South Africa's power deficit and restructuring a debt pile that has crippled the national economy.
The pressure is on for Incoming Eskom CEO Andre De Ruyter as he is being urged by cabinet to start his role sooner than the 15th of January. As of recently, the struggling state owned entity has sent shockwaves through the nation with a load shedding crisis that has lasted for 2 weeks. Energy expert Ted Blom joins CNBC Africa for more.
Nedbank Economist, Dennis Dykes joins CNBC Africa to unpack Eskom's debt crisis and results.
Eskom’s largest union’s ultimatum to Andre de Ruyter. If you want our support this is what you need to do…
Alhough union muscle flexing appears in vogue in the difficult South African economy; maybe it is time for the NUM to keep mum on this appointment. For now at least.