1. SA's energy crisis a price for years of miscalculations: Ramaphosa  EWN
  2. Load shedding: Red tape is holding back more megawatts – Ramaphosa  News24
  3. ANALYSIS: Ramaphosa's load shedding populism – a cheap, short-term political move that will hurt South Africa  Daily Maverick
  4. SOWETAN | Cheap talk won't cut it, Mr President  SowetanLIVE
  5. EDITORIAL | Sadly we have a reactive government instead of proactive one  TimesLIVE
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Ramaphosa also pleaded with Eskom not to implement an 18.65% tariff increase while the country is in the grips of its worst energy shortage since democracy.Ramaphosa also pleaded with Eskom not to implement an 18.65% tariff increase while the country is in the grips of its worst energy shortage since democracy.

SA's energy crisis a price for years of miscalculations: Ramaphosa

President Ramaphosa’s call appears motivated by simple populism and the realisation that rolling blackouts could cost the ANC a previously unimaginably large number of votes in the general election just 18 months away.President Ramaphosa’s call appears motivated by simple populism and the realisation that rolling blackouts could cost the ANC a previously unimaginably large number of votes in the general election just 18 months away.

Ramaphosa’s load shedding populism – a cheap, short-ter...

President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed a meeting of the ANC KwaZulu-Natal's provincial executive committee, which was held at the Msunduzi Athletics Stadium in Pietermaritzburg.President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed a meeting of the ANC KwaZulu-Natal's provincial executive committee, which was held at the Msunduzi Athletics Stadium in Pietermaritzburg.

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The president says government has committed to a mix of coal, gas, hydro, wind, sun, nuclear and biogasThe president says government has committed to a mix of coal, gas, hydro, wind, sun, nuclear and biogas

Ramaphosa says coal-fired plants won’t be phased out

Lawyers have been instructed to demand power outages be stopped with immediate effect.Lawyers have been instructed to demand power outages be stopped with immediate effect.

SA’s electricity crisis | Eskom served with letter of demand over blackouts | eNCA

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Apart from the economic impact of power cuts, Ramaphosa’s handling of this crisis will have political implications for him and the ANC, come the 2024 national electionsApart from the economic impact of power cuts, Ramaphosa’s handling of this crisis will have political implications for him and the ANC, come the 2024 national elections

SOWETAN | Cheap talk won't cut it, Mr President

The DA leader John Steenhuisen says nobody will be able to save the country from its worsening electricity crisis until changes are made to the energy model.The DA leader John Steenhuisen says nobody will be able to save the country from its worsening electricity crisis until changes are made to the energy model.

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Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola has expressed concern over the negative impact of rolling blackouts on the country's courts.

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Bruce Whitfield speaks to Lungile Mashele, independent energy expert. Bruce Whitfield speaks to Lungile Mashele, independent energy expert.

'Red tape' is preventing Eskom from fixing the electricity crisis - Ramaphosa

Trade union federation Saftu says it's joining a court case against Eskom and government over load shedding.Trade union federation Saftu says it's joining a court case against Eskom and government over load shedding.

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Barely a week after he claimed he could not intervene in the National Energy Regulator of South Africa's (Nersa) "statutory process", President Cyril Ramaphosa seems to have changed his tune. Now Ramaphosa has appealed to the board of Eskom to suspend its biggest electricity price increase in more than a decade as the nation faces two more years of rolling blackouts, reports Techcentral.Barely a week after he claimed he could not intervene in the National Energy Regulator of South Africa's (Nersa) "statutory process", President Cyril Ramaphosa seems to have changed his tune. Now Ramaphosa has appealed to the board of Eskom to suspend its biggest electricity price increase in more than a decade as the nation faces two more years of rolling blackouts, reports Techcentral.

South Africa: Ramaphosa Urges Power Utility Eskom to Delay Record Price Hike - allAfrica.com

The ANC leadership in KwaZulu-Natal has to work together if the party is to fare better in the 2024 elections, President Cyrl Ramaphosa said on Monday.In his address, Ramaphosa touched on the ills faced by the power utility Eskom and water shortages in parts of KZN.

Ramaphosa tells leaders to step up ahead of ‘crucial’ 2024 elections | Witness

In his closing remarks at the ANC provincial conference in Bloemfontein on Sunday night, President Cyril Ramaphosa said that he has asked Eskom to suspend implementing the 18.65% tariff hike due to be enforced on 1 April.In his closing remarks at the ANC provincial conference in Bloemfontein on Sunday night, President Cyril Ramaphosa said that he has asked Eskom to suspend implementing the 18.65% tariff hike due to be enforced on 1 April.

Ramaphosa asks Eskom to delay the 18.65% power tariff hike

'It will not be fair to impose the tariff on our people while there is load shedding,' he said.'It will not be fair to impose the tariff on our people while there is load shedding,' he said.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa is urging Eskom to delay the decade's highest electricity-price increase as South Africa's blackouts surge.President Cyril Ramaphosa is urging Eskom to delay the decade's highest electricity-price increase as South Africa's blackouts surge.

Ramaphosa urges delaying South Africa power-price increases

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The electricity tariff hike and Ramaphosa’s response were not well thought outThe electricity tariff hike and Ramaphosa’s response were not well thought out

EDITORIAL | Sadly we have a reactive government instead of proactive one