Pull the generator closer and get those candles ready, Eskom #rollingblackouts will be with us shortly

State Treasury plundering continues – your tax money will fund Eskom with a further R59bn

How much taxpayers money has been thrown into SAA’s black hole to stay afloat?

SA taxpayers to fund yet another government bailout – Cash-strapped SAA requests R4bn to survive current financial year after years of mismanagement and corruption

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

#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

ANC regime announces that experts from Italy have been called in to restore poor service to Eskom, while South Africa is swarming with extremely capable whites who can do the job

What did South-Africans used before candles? Electricity! – Eskom is apparently technically bankrupt and its R420bn debt currently accounts for 15% of the country’s debt – will no longer exist at the current projection by April 2019

Eskom is going to destroy SA if it continues with unreasonably tariff increases, which is a 45% increase for consumers over the next three years just to maintain its pathetic management style

Suspended NPA boss hired to clean up SAA’s mess – SAA, who has been bankrupt after years of mismanagement and corruption now wants to make a turnaround – Is it to late?

Can the sinking ship be saved? – Denel’s deterioration attributed to political appointments of incompetent people in key positions with no knowledge of the arms industry, now the state entity has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer

Eskom failed as power provider, loadsheading and untrained workers contributes to poor functioning

Service delivery in SA at its best! – It took the SA Post Office 81 days to deliver a letter, which should take only 3 days

Influence of Zuma and the Guptas is still sinking government entities – Denel struggles to pay salaries

No wonder the state broadcaster’s debt collection agencies are so busy these past few weeks – SABC  is in big trouble and have a shortfall of R1 billion to pay salaries