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Eskom’s engineered privatisation at the hand of forced Renewable Energy IPPS!

Phapano Pasha Where are the black intellectuals and black businesspeople when White minority and foreign capital including the politically connected within the ANC  are about to benefit from another self-invented social grant scheme worth over R1.4 trillion in the form of IPPs that will see dividends flowing out of this country for the next 15 […]

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Eskom accepts Matshela Koko’s resignation; reserves rights to institute legal action

JOHANNESBURG, February 16 – The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) has welcomed the departure of Eskom group executive for generation, Matshela Koko, and called on the power utility to ensure that he is prosecuted. “Matshela Koko is a technical delinquent who is beyond redemption as he is unable to acknowledge his own mistakes. This man […]

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Power utility Eskom executive Koko submits resignation letter

JOHANNESBURG, February 16 – The Democratic Alliance (DA) has welcomed the news that suspended Eskom group executive for power generation, Matshela Koko, has submitted a resignation letter to the power utility on Friday morning. DA spokesperson on energy Natasha Mazzone said that Koko has been one of the key figures implicated in the capture of Eskom and he […]

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Numsa condemns Eskom decision to re-instate Matshela Koko, threatens legal steps

JOHANNESBURG, January 6 – The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has condemns the decision by the Eskom board to re-instate former acting CEO Matshela Koko and acting head of group capital Prish Govender to their positions, and threatened legal action over the “seemingly bogus disciplinary process”. Koko was disciplined for nepotism and […]

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Appointment of new Eskom CEO a priority – Minister Brown

JOHANNESBURG, December 15 – Public Enterprises minister Lynne Brown said on Friday that the process of appointing a new permanent group chief executive for power utility Eskom was “a priority” and that the finalization of the investigation into suspended executives was of “paramount importance”. This comes as news emerged early on Friday that suspended acting chief […]

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Eskom’s acting chairman wrongfooted in testimony to parliamentary probe

PARLIAMENT, December 6 – Current acting Eskom chairman Zethembe Khoza on Tuesday made the surprising claim before the parliamentary inquiry into the power utility that former CEO Tshediso Matona was suspended to face charges, directly contradicting earlier testimony by board members that he was not suspected of any wrongdoing. Khoza also failed to explain why […]