Tag: Power

One of the influential fathers of power in Africa dies aged 90

There is no doubt that his integrity, credibility, drive, inherent humility and care for people, also profoundly helped to motivate Eskom staff during many difficult times.

South Africa’s Eskom plans to spend up to $27 million on severance packages

South Africa’s Eskom has offered some managers voluntary severance packages, capping costs at 400 million rand ($26.8 million), a communique sent to staff by the struggling power utility showed.

South Africa plans to create new generating firm to boost power security, what you need to know

South Africa is planning to create a new power generating company separate from struggling state-owned utility Eskom to boost energy security, senior officials said on Thursday.

Power squabbles at #MiningIndaba2020

The first day of the Mining Indaba in Cape Town saw hustle, bustle and a sharp exchange in the struggle for power.

Eskom chair Jabu Mabuza resigns from struggling power utility

President Cyril Ramaphosa has noted the resignation of Mr Jabu Mabuza as member and Chairperson of the Board of Eskom Limited.

Eskom’s new CEO takes charge with power shake-up on agenda, what you need to know…

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.

Here are four ways South Africa can get more power generation capacity

Plagued by power cuts and with its infrastructure in desperate need of revamping, South Africa’s struggling state power utility Eskom says the country desperately needs an additional 5,000 megawatts (MW) of generating capacity.

#LoadShedding: South Africa’s Eskom moves power cuts to Stage 6

"We regret and sincerely apologise that stage 4 loadshedding will move to Stage 6 loadshedding as from 18:00 today, as a result of a shortage of capacity" - Eskom
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