Gupta-linked finance chief of Eskom Anoj Singh- suspended

State-owned power utility Eskom has suspended its chief financial officer Anoj Singh on a precautionary basis‚ pending the outcome of a forensic investigation. The suspension‚ The Times has learned‚ follows an urgent intervention by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba and his counterpart at Public Enterprises Lynne Brown. This comes after Eskom was faced with a threat […]
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Eskom, where does all the money go? – This is daylight robbery!

The average four-person South African household should pay R290 a month for electricity, yet Eskom is charging them roughly R1,200, says a lobby group. Now Eskom is seeking a 20% tariff increase from the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa). Energy analysts have described Nersa, which starts its public hearings into the proposed tariff […]
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Broke Eskom to splash on bonuses to executives Molefe, Koko

Disgraced Molefe first in line for fat payout even as utility fields woeful balance sheet. Eskom, which is struggling to survive financially, wants to pay millions in bonuses to axed CEO Brian Molefe, suspended acting CEO Matshela Koko, and others. Molefe and Koko were implicated in questionable conduct while in charge of the power utility. […]
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There are so many red flags in ESKOM … where do you start ??

South Africa’s state owned enterprises have been hit by one scandal after another signalling serious political and corporate governance failures. The largest of these, the power utility Eskom, has seen its CEO Brian Molefe resign, then return, and then be fired – all in the space of seven months. This was followed by the unexpected […]
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Nightmares have a name, and it’s called Eskom – electricity price hike submitted to National Treasury

This madness has got to stop.For many South Africans, nightmare could become a five-letter word: Eskom. Even as in-and-out CEO Brian Molefe takes the power utility to court to challenge the decision to overturn his reappointment, Eskom is asking for eye-watering increases in electricity prices. Moneyweb has reported that Eskom wants its clients to pay […]
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Internal Political Chess Game at Eskom Can Leave SA In Dark

AfriForum launched an application in terms of the Promotion of Access  Information Act, 2000 (Act No. 2 of 2000) to review the documentation regarding Brian Molefe’s return to Eskom. It follows from allegations that Molefe was not reappointed but with unpaid leave. “Someone in Eskom – whether Molefe himself, councilor Lynne Brown or other senior […]
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12 000 ‘dead people’ doing business with SA government – Treasury

It has also identified about 14,000 state employees who are listed as directors of companies that have been awarded state contracts in violation of regulations. South Africa’s National Treasury has discovered about 12,000 dead people in its register of companies that do business with the state. This is among the outcomes of a clean-up of […]
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Imminent, Unstoppable South African Genocide – Why Dismantling Apartheid caused the Genocide of Black and White South Africans

The discussion with Simon Roche of SA Prepper group Suidlanders, looks at how and why the dismantling of Apartheid has caused the destruction of Black South Africa and the genocide of White South Africans. Whilst the Destruction of South Africa will have consequences regionally and worldwide, the question is whether it is deliberate and whether […]
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Eskom warns of winter power cuts – unless Treasury signs new coal deals with Gupta owned company

Eskom chairman Ben Ngubane has warned that South Africans can expect power cuts this winter unless the National Treasury urgently signs purchase agreements so Eskom can build up its coal reserves, according to a report by TimesLive. Speaking at the sidelines of African Utility Week conference at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, Ngubane noted […]
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Spoiled brat of the Gupta’s is back in the seat and reinstated as Eskom CEO

Despite outrage by the ANC as well as pretty much every other opposition party and South African, Brian Molefe has been reinstated as Eskom CEO, just a few months after quitting — in the wake of his name appearing on the State of capture report alongside the Guptas and several other Zuma allies within the […]
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