Controversial ex-Eskom acting CEO awarded licence to produce solar energy in Zimbabwe – Matshela Energy will build a solar plant which is expected to produce 100MW of electricity

Soweto’s huge debt burden amounts to more than R17 billion, where illegal power connections are more the rule than the exception in residential areas

ANC regime is debating over power supply – will it be the coal with its pollution, or nuclear power with its hazardous waste?

Just a pity the ANC regime decided that Eskom must come to aid of those who cannot pay! – Bankrupt Eskom now wants to stop power supply to areas that sabotage power-lines

#Blackprivilege: ANC wants Eskom to come to the aid of residents who, for long periods, have been struggling without electricity, because they refused to buy it. This is discrimination and totally unfair!

Urban municipalities’ power-shock – Prepaid electricity charges cause huge uproar from consumers

#Blackprivilege: Community members who neither buy nor pay for electricity services outraged after electricity supply was cut and demands Eskom to restore power

ANC-managed Victor Khanye municipality apparently owes more than R100m to water, and about R46m to electricity – residents now demand to know who are the culprits stealing all the money

State owned Eskom is killing South Africans with its China-level pollution

Experts say R230bn is not nearly enough to save sinking Eskom and believe leadership leadership and instability is the biggest problem at state entities

You, the taxpayer are going to pay for Eskom’s failures and probably Soweto’s debt too – Tax increase on the cards

#Blackprivilege! SOWETO RESIDENTS’ ELECTRICITY BILL SURPASSES R18 BILLION – So cut their damn electricity! Why must the white minority subsidise their bills?

Dear Taxpayer, brace yourself for some more SHOCKING news:- Eskom: Yet another taxpayer-funded bailout looms amid court action

#BlackPrivilege – Townships in SA to receive one free unit of electricity for every unit bought

Eskom remains a failure – ANC regime admits that the power provider does not have the capacity to meet the needs of larger industries