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  2. De Ruyter: Eskom paying for past sins  eNCA
  3. Eskom is paying for the sins of past executives: De Ruyter  TimesLIVE
  4. Carol Paton | Will the ANC derail the energy plan this time? | Business  News24
  5. TESSA DOOMS | Energy problems threaten to plunge SA into uncontrollable crisis of anger  SowetanLIVE
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Eskom needs a dramatic turnaround at its worst-performing power station to deal with the energy crisis.Eskom needs a dramatic turnaround at its worst-performing power station to deal with the energy crisis.

Eskom’s worst-performing power station – where workers fear for their lives

Eskom once again shifts the blame to previous administrations for rolling blackouts.Eskom once again shifts the blame to previous administrations for rolling blackouts.

De Ruyter: Eskom paying for past sins | eNCA

A new energy rescue plan is on the table. The risk is high, though, that the ANC will derail the plan itself. A new energy rescue plan is on the table. The risk is high, though, that the ANC will derail the plan itself.

Carol Paton | Will the ANC derail the energy plan this time? | Business

Energy analyst Chris Yelland tells Peter Bruce that it is going to take something special for Eskom to meet the exacting deadlines it has set itself to restore its vanishing Energy Availability FactorEnergy analyst Chris Yelland tells Peter Bruce that it is going to take something special for Eskom to meet the exacting deadlines it has set itself to restore its vanishing Energy Availability Factor

PODCAST: Eskom’s impossible task

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Eskom boss Andre de Ruyter has blamed previous government administrations and executives for the rolling blackouts, saying the power utility was paying for the sins of the past.Eskom boss Andre de Ruyter has blamed previous government administrations and executives for the rolling blackouts, saying the power utility was paying for the sins of the past.

Eskom is paying for the sins of past executives: De Ruyter

Lack of investment in new generating capacity, poor power plant maintenance, corruption and other factors 'created a perfect storm',says the president.Lack of investment in new generating capacity, poor power plant maintenance, corruption and other factors 'created a perfect storm',says the president.

There is only one way to end load shedding: Together - Moneyweb

There are a rising number of demonstrations against power cuts and everyone is having to be more self-reliant.There are a rising number of demonstrations against power cuts and everyone is having to be more self-reliant.

Will Eskom crisis prompt rioting in the streets?

Outgoing Eskom CEO André de Ruyter says the general manager of Tutuka Power Station continues to wear a bulletproof vest at work.De Ruyter says Tutuka is characterised by 'very significant criminality' and its Energy Availability Factor stands between 15% and 17%.

Tutuka plant manager continues to wear bulletproof vest, family protected by bodyguards - De Ruyter | The Citizen

Eskom's outgoing CEO André de Ruyter says despite significant control measures being implemented, corrupt activities continue at the power utility. 

Corrupt activities continue at Eskom despite control measures: De Ruyter - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.

South Africans have become accustomed to going to sleep under one load shedding schedule, and waking up to a dramatically different schedule in the morning. Planning becomes redundant, fuels anxieties and frustration.South Africans have become accustomed to going to sleep under one load shedding schedule, and waking up to a dramatically different schedule in the morning. Planning becomes redundant, fuels anxieties and frustration.

TESSA DOOMS | Energy problems threaten to plunge SA into uncontrollable crisis of anger

Outgoing Eskom boss Andre de Ruyter on Tuesday said if the power utility had more money to buy diesel for open-cycle gas turbines, the stages of load-shedding would have been reduced.Outgoing Eskom boss Andre de Ruyter on Tuesday said if the power utility had more money to buy diesel for open-cycle gas turbines, the stages of load-shedding would have been reduced.

More money for diesel would have reduced load-shedding — De Ruyter