1. 5 important things happening in South Africa today  BusinessTech
  2. Down the rabbit hole – three committees, three takes on Eskom  Daily Maverick
  3. Two mammoth power plants are sinking Eskom and South Africa  IOL
  4. Business confidence boost; Medupi-Kusile sinking SA; Survé raided; Capitec buys Mercantile  BizNews
  5. Eskom bailout: Parliament says no more blank cheques  eNCA
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No more blank cheques for Eskom, as parliament lays out terms and conditions for a bailout; Ramaphosa will set up two more advisory panels; a government wage…No more blank cheques for Eskom, as parliament lays out terms and conditions for a bailout; Ramaphosa will set up two more advisory panels; a government wage freeze is on the cards to cut spending; and Sanral is looking at how else e-toll accounts can be used.

5 important things happening in South Africa today

As National Treasury told MPs of the ‘dire’ situation at Eskom, the public enterprises committee was reassured by the power utility that it had a plan. Parliament’s public spending watchdog Scopa didn’t quite agree after visiting Kusile and Medupi. Three committees, three takes.As National Treasury told MPs of the ‘dire’ situation at Eskom, the public enterprises committee was reassured by the power utility that it had a plan. Parliament’s public spending watchdog Scopa didn’t quite agree after visiting Kusile and Medupi. Three committees, three takes.

Down the rabbit hole – three committees, three takes...

South African business confidence increased from the lowest level in more than three decades. A sentiment index compiled by the SACCI.South African business confidence increased from the lowest level in more than three decades. A sentiment index compiled by the SACCI.

Business confidence boost; Medupi-Kusile sinking SA; Survé raided; Capitec buys Mercantile - BizNews.com

SA’s economy was roaring along in 2007 on the back of the global commodities boom when power shortages struck, bringing mines and smelters to a halt.SA’s economy was roaring along in 2007 on the back of the global commodities boom when power shortages struck, bringing mines and smelters to a halt.

There are nearly 30 conditions attached to the latest Eskom bailout from National Treasury.There are nearly 30 conditions attached to the latest Eskom bailout from National Treasury.

Eskom bailout: Parliament says no more blank cheques | eNCA

Monthly 'management' reports compliant with IFRS mandated. Seriously?Monthly 'management' reports compliant with IFRS mandated. Seriously?

Eskom to get R59bn, but T&Cs are onerous - Moneyweb