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

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

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

With power stations that explode and load shedding that has been initiated again will put David Mabuza’s urgent plan-of-action on Eskom in jeopardy

ESKOM gives a US company a blank cheque, and they are cashing it in for a whooping R13bn

During the ANC regime, roughly R500 billion has been looted by Eskom contractors, which partly explains why South Africa is in such a big financial mess – it is unsure if the culprits will be brought to justice

South Africans should brace for more rolling blackouts as the power grid is unstable and cannot produce enough power to sustain the country

There you have it! – Chinese Bank Takes Absolute Control Over All Eskom Power Stations In South Africa If Default In Payment Plan Transpires

This is what happens when BEE contractors are prefer over skilled labour!: Medupi and Kusile- The two new coal-fired power stations’ “error” repair costs already amount to R2 billion.

Uncovering the Truth – why Eskom is employing loadshedding and neither Jan van Riebeeck nor Apartheid can be blamed for the failed state entity

This is totally unbelievable!– Units at all twelve of Eskom’s oldest power stations have ceased functioning – Can it get any worse?

Kusile and Medupi power stations do not deliver planned 780MW at the moment, while loadshedding is currently being utilized all over South-Africa – Somebody is definitely making some money from Eskom while we are suffering

Who is fooling who?: So, according to Eskom there is no coal? Is Eskom deliberately wanting to plunge the country further into darkness and chaos?

Brace yourself for some dark times, since word is out that there are a big possibility of some hectic power interruptions ahead of us – Only four out of the 15 Eskom power stations have sufficient coal to generate electricity

Eskom has troubles again, they warn of summer load shedding, you may experience unplanned outages