1. THE PEOPLE VS ESKOM (PART ONE): Group of applicants to ask high court to prevent 'collapse of critical sectors' under the weight of SA's rolling blackouts  Daily Maverick
  2. Eskom, government face constitutional challenge on load-shedding  Mail and Guardian
  3. Numsa joins court action against rolling blackouts  News24
  4. Coalition files court papers to set aside Nersa’s Eskom tariff approval  EWN
  5. Blackouts a matter of life and death as opposition tries to shield the vulnerable  TimesLIVE
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A group of politicians, doctors, citizens, businesspeople and civil society organisations will go to court on 28 February to ask a judge to stop rolling blackouts in critical sectors and compel the South African government to play open cards with regards to its energy plans and the state of the...A group of politicians, doctors, citizens, businesspeople and civil society organisations will go to court on 28 February to ask a judge to stop rolling blackouts in critical sectors and compel the South African government to play open cards with regards to its energy plans and the state of the two big power stations, Kusile and Medupi.

Group of applicants to ask high court to prevent ‘colla...

Numsa, which is the largest trade union in the country, is taking part in the litigation to compel the president, national government, minister of mineral resources and energy, Gwede Mantashe, Eskom board, and National Energy Regulator of SA (Nersa) to account for load shedding. Numsa, which is the largest trade union in the country, is taking part in the litigation to compel the president, national government, minister of mineral resources and energy, Gwede Mantashe, Eskom board, and National Energy Regulator of SA (Nersa) to account for load shedding.

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The United Democratic Movement (UDM), the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and Build One South Africa also want the implementation of a 18.65% electricity tariff increase to be stopped. The United Democratic Movement (UDM), the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and Build One South Africa also want the implementation of a 18.65% electricity tariff increase to be stopped.

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The broad coalition wants Cyril Ramaphosa to produce his administration’s plan to implement the just-energy transition from reliance on coal to renewable energyThe broad coalition wants Cyril Ramaphosa to produce his administration’s plan to implement the just-energy transition from reliance on coal to renewable energy

Unions and political leaders unite to fight Eskom’s tariff increase

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Numsa’s Phakamile Hlubi-Majola says the alliance plans to probe the government’s failures in the court of law.Numsa’s Phakamile Hlubi-Majola says the alliance plans to probe the government’s failures in the court of law.

Coalition looks to courts to ‘compel’ government to solve Eskom woes

Union and opposition parties' legal action also wants the planned shutdown of coal-fired facilities reconsidered.Union and opposition parties' legal action also wants the planned shutdown of coal-fired facilities reconsidered.

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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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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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The UDM, IFP, ActionSA and Build One SA parties have joined Numsa, Saftu and a number of individuals and NGOs in the court applicationThe UDM, IFP, ActionSA and Build One SA parties have joined Numsa, Saftu and a number of individuals and NGOs in the court application

Blackouts a matter of life and death as opposition tries to shield the vulnerable

SA's largest labour union along with opposition parties have filed a lawsuit against the president, Eskom and associated ministries.SA's largest labour union along with opposition parties have filed a lawsuit against the president, Eskom and associated ministries.

SA government sued by opposition over power crisis

UDM leader Bantu Holomisa has confirmed a broad coalition of political parties and labour unions approached the high court to force government to address the ongoing energy crisis.UDM leader Bantu Holomisa has confirmed a broad coalition of political parties and labour unions approached the high court to force government to address the ongoing energy crisis.

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South Africa needs to be saved from load shedding which has had a devastating impact on South Africans, Numsa said.South Africa needs to be saved from load shedding which has had a devastating impact on South Africans, Numsa said.

Numsa takes legal action against government to stop load shedding