A study show that air pollution by Eskom and Sasol is killing South Africans

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

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

Relatives of ANC leader named as firm comes clean:- Jessie Duarte’s son, ex in kickback scandal

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

BREAKING NEWS:- Load shedding likely to return this week, “high risk” of blackouts forecast

Do you think that Pravin Gordhan has the Eskom case under control, well think again, report suggests that load shedding is about to get much worse in SA

Ted Blom vs. Eskom vs. Pravin Gordhan:- Here’s how Eskom plan to get rid of load shedding this winter, or is all of this just a ‘little white lie’

Problems at Eskom hit rock bottom – rocks are being sold to Eskom as coal by fraudulent suppliers, poor quality coals the cause of six turbines seizing at power stations

The truth behind #RollingBlackouts: Are South African citizens kept hostage, to give the One Trillion Rand nuclear deal approval?

Lies continue while South Africans remain in the dark – “We don’t have the time, we don’t have the money. The last option is load shedding

What Eskom Failed To Tell South Africa….The situation, is worse than we think

South Africa: The collapse of all State Owned Entities such as Eskom, SAA, SABC etc are all falling apart due to corruption, incompetent management as a result of BEE and government interference

#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