SABC a sinking ship in a tide of debt – Need R3.2bn bailout to stay afloat

China vows to take over Nigeria’s main assets over unpaid Loans – SA perhaps next in line on China’s list?

Eskom ticking time bomb! – National power utility managed by ANC-regime, debt jumps to nearly R500-billion and is currently the biggest threat to the SA’s economy

#Rollingblackouts: Further power cuts for Eskom as new Gupta looting details emerge – ANC-regime to plow R23 billion, of taxpayers money, a year into Eskom in order for the utility meet repayments on its R420 billion debt burden

SA pension pot under threat as government, whose debt is growing every year, looks for new funding sources as taxpayers could no longer be squeezed for more money

Widespread corruption and mismanagement are the order of the day at KZN municipality – Eskom debt amounts to nearly R50 million – Municipalities under the control of the ANC are folding, one after another

Economist says Zuma government cost taxpayers about R470bn – What a waste of good money!

SA’s largest township owes Eskom R17 billion – Soweto residents respond: Hell no, we won’t pay for electricity!

Soweto owes ESKOM R 17 billion, half of the total national debt – Just cut their bloody electricity to this township!

Eskom’s prior request for tariff hike slammed: Eskom’s stage 4 load shedding is a direct attempt to sabotage, and blackmail SA – Ordinary citizens are becoming the scapegoat to foot the bill of its complete and utter failures and lack of planning

A tale of two (broken) cities – Mahikeng, the former pride of North West for its cleanliness and progressive policies, is now overrun with potholes, refuse and debt thanks to the ANC-regime

Soweto owes Eskom R17 billion, half of the total national debt – Still the lights or on! But if citizens residing in towns do not pay their municipality bill the electricity gets disconnected without hesitation

South Africa Considers Handouts To Help Zimbabwe With Trouble Caused By… Handouts!

Desperate times calls for desperate measures, but is this the right thing to do? After all financial losses occurred due to incompetence, negligence and corruption – SAA is borrowing R3.5bn from local banks

All Eskom wants for Christmas is a R100bn government bailout and therefore South-African citizens must suffer with continuous loadshedding