The cheek of it all, eh? – Major municipalities set for 15% hike in electricity tariffs

ANC’s energy loophole – private institutions are going to be forced to supply Eskom with their own electricity

City of Joburg, big companies say no to Eskom and go off the grid – Anglo Platinum, Sibanye-Stillwater, Makro and the City of Johannesburg are all loosening their ties to Eskom

Eskom Corruption being ‘rewarded’ with 15.63% tariff increase – SA consumers now have to suffer but those responsible for the corruption and maladministration “continue to roam free” without any consequences for the actions

SA economy is facing a big setback – Industrialists and entrepreneurs are packing up and leaving SA due to Eskom’s huge tariff increases

ESKOM are not just ‘killing consumers’ anymore, animals are being electrocuted after Eskom power line collapses in the Kruger National Park

The ANC wants banks to be forced to fund SA coal mines, well you are not a party anymore, you are now BANK-ROBBERS and THIEF’S

While Eskom is struggling to acquire funds by making even more debt with loans to keep power grid stable, thousands of households are using solar power as an alternative to electricity in Northern-Cape

The DA’s Natasha Mazzone is highly suspicious of how much money is being spent on emergency diesel at Eskom, urging President Ramaphosa to “come clean”.

The Chinese is taking over countries due to loans, for now its SA, the latest victim:- Chinese Bank Takes Absolute Control Over All Eskom Power Stations In South Africa

Eskom in deep trouble as China withholds crucial R7-billion loan – partial loan to be paid out by China to bankrupt Eskom never occurred due to fears that bankrupt state entity would use money to pay salaries

China is holding the ‘switch’ in it’s hand, doing business with them is dangerous, with another Eskom crisis, China withheld the R7bn loan, they already own one Eskom plant, Load-shedding highly possible

World’s largest platinum mine group, Amplats production stalled and lots R1.6bn in revenue due to load shedding

Gordhan: Eskom will survive – Yes, with taxpayers’ money to save the state entity of bankruptcy

Eskom on the verge of financial ruin and cannot cover its interest payments