Lie of Eskom continues – Consumers can prepare for many more days of #Rollingblackouts, and further deterioration of the economy, as each day’s load shedding causes the debt burden to rise by R2 billion

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

Social media calls for Soweto power to be cut until bill paid, it’s about time that ESKOM do this

#Rollingblackouts: Experts doubt Eskom’s Stage 4 load-shedding excuse , South Africa is once again in the dark

The government seems to think a R23m injection of funds, and a team of experts will solve the ESKOM problems

Bankrupt Eskom ruins cash-strapped SA – Phase 2 #rollingblackouts implemented – National power provider controlled by ANC- regime has once again been unable to generate enough electricity to supply in demand

Rolling Blackouts on the cards as AMCU threaten secondary strike , AMCU represents about half of coal mine workers in SA

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

BE WARNED SOUTH-AFRICANS!! After the load-shedding come water shortages – Still people will be voting for the ANC this coming election

To start the new year ESKOM appointed new senior management staff, but is the load-shedding holiday over?

Investors do not want to invest in SA since our national power provider is so unreliable – Communists now demand the end of load shedding after it has already cost the country billion Rand in recent weeks

Well Eskom, this is sooo obvious:- Load shedding invites an increase in criminal activity

Eskom keeps lying to save its but, suddenly the power utility is experiencing Breakdowns, not a coal shortage

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

National power provider  Eskom’s is under extreme high financial pressure and debt heads towards the R550 billion mark – wonder if this state entity is going to blast Millions of taxpayers money  on bonuses this festive season even though they are cash strapped?