I agree with Mr Koko that loadsheding is not caused by aging of electricity plant but it is by conditions at Eskom. That mean you cannot keep on maintaining every moths things that has been maintained last moth or two. That is why 2 days ago I asked if South Africans do take into note the reasons always given for loadsheding.
Link:https://twitter.com/IOL/status/1458075185362395140?t=XsxlA-nk19tWsAibSZCmiQ&s=08 Select: Brian Molefe says Gordhan and Ramaphosa should assume liability for Eskom emergency Previous Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has required a parliamentary investigation into the authority of both President Cyril Ramaphosa and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's treatment of the country's energy emergency.
It is really about time that we start seeing action. We can not continue with the blame game because this is affecting people's lives and livelyhood. If it is not ordinary citizens putting the blame of Eskom loadshedding on either the current CEO Andre de Reyter, they say it is the fault of the former CEO Brian Molefe.
Eskom power supply has been questionable following tremendous LoadShedding that has been occurring throughout the reign of CEO Andre de Ruyter, with a lot of people calling for his resignation however it seems like he still has some backing from some of the Management team with some ANC leaders starting to lose patience with him and the way things are being ran at Eskom.
This is Ivan Glasenberg, a multi-billionaire, the owner of Glencore and a dear friend of Cyril Ramaphosa. Glencore is a dominating entity at Eskom with more than 40 years of evergreen contracts that were/are maintained since the old good days of Apartheid. This is a guy Brian Molefe messed up with when he went raw and offensive on these monopolies at Eskom, threatening their existence when Guptas got contracts to deliver high quality coal for very less money and Glencore was about to be forced to do the same.
When one start to talk about the state capture, the first thing that comes to mind is the Gupta brothers and the former president Jacob Zuma. These are the people who are at the center of the state capture. Since the Gupta brothers left South Africa in 2018, many have been of the view that there is no longer state capture.
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The topic of Eskom's load shedding crisis seems to be the biggest story in South Africa at the moment as everyone seems to be talking about it, and President Cyril Ramaphosa is currently under critism for his failure to fix the Eskom crisis. According to reports South African businessman and former political activist Brian Molefe has publicly stated that he blames Pravin Gordhan and President Cyril Ramaphosa for what is happening at Eskom, and he says that they both have to take responsibility for the Eskom crisis.
Previous Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has required a parliamentary investigation into the authority of both President Cyril Ramaphosa and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's treatment of the country's energy emergency. South Africa again dove into Stage 4 burden shedding this week. Eskom is relied upon to lift Stage 4 burden shedding at the end of the week, with Stage 2 burden shedding expected to stay consistent.
Politicians and leaders of Eskom has started casting aspersions to each other as they even compare the incomes and expenditures during each other’s terms.Eskom income statements of 2016 and 2017 under Brian Molefe and Matshela Koko showing profits of R888 Million and R5,15 Billion.Eskom income statements of 2020 and 2021 under Andre de Ruyter showing losses of R18,9 Billion and R20,76 Billion.
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Date:11/11/2021 Www.IOL.co.za Source:https://www.iol.co.za/capetimes/news/former-eskom-chief-brian-molefe-warns-of-stage-6-366d5fe9-80d9-44c1-ae8d-6b0cfe2a8a98 it has now been a bad week for the country as the country has been negatively affected by the recent blackout. This is because the Eskom boss Andre De Ruyter warned the country that there will be load shedding for the whole week off which will end on Friday the 12 November and this can affect a lot of business operations negatively.
Past Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has required a parliamentary examination concerning the organization of both President Cyril Ramaphosa and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's treatment of the country's energy crisis. South Africa was again dove into Stage 4 weight shedding this week. Eskom is depended upon to lift Stage 4 weight shedding toward the week's end, with Stage 2 weight shedding expected to remain reliably.
As South Africa grapples with power outages, all eyes are on Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter as he desperately tries to turn around the situation at the power utility company. The calls for him to step down are growing louder after he said that there is no end in sight for this power outage problem.
Previous Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has required a parliamentary investigation into the administration of both President Cyril Ramaphosa and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's treatment of the country's energy emergency. South Africa was again dove into Stage 4 burden shedding this week. Eskom is relied upon to lift Stage 4 burden shedding at the end of the week, with Stage 2 burden shedding expected to stay consistently.
Previous Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has required a parliamentary investigation into the initiative of both President Cyril Ramaphosa and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's treatment of the country's energy emergency. South Africa again dove into Stage 4 burden shedding this week. Eskom is relied upon to lift Stage 4 burden shedding at the end of the week, with Stage 2 burden shedding expected to stay consistent.
South Africa is now divided in to two factions if one might say and only a few people are neutral and are not blaming anyone for the current crisis at Eskom. Eskom has really divided the country this time around and there is no doubt about it. This comes as Eskom continuously is implementing hectic loadshedding.
For Eskom to deal with loadshedding I think they need to disconnect all illegal electric connections
OPINION Something is terribly wrong at Eskom I don't know why we expect a legally trained MBA guy to run an engineering institution. I mean at the last presser he struggled to answer technical questions. I think they should just consult Brian Molefe and top engineer Koko Matshele and look at how we ended up here.
Source: IOL Former Escom boss Brian Molefe called for a parliamentary investigation into the leadership of President Cyril Ramaphosa and Minister of Public Enterprise Pravin Gordhan in dealing with the country's energy crisis. South Africa has once again entered Level 4 load reduction this week. Eskom will end Level 4 load limits over the weekend and Level 2 load reductions are expected to continue throughout the weekend.
As South Africa wrestles with blackouts, everyone's attention is on Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter as he frantically attempts to pivot the circumstance at the power service organization. The calls for him to venture down are developing stronger after he said that there is no real end for this blackout issue.
Eskom has been enduring seriously to keep up with and to to keep the lights ON. It had neglected to oversee and running the public power-utility effectively, starting around 2007 in almost one and half decade. The government, as per President Cyril Ramaphosa, is working constantly to track down an answer for the country's energy issue.
Eskom is running with its knees its loadshedding after loadshedding its no longer funny and Mzansi is not happy at all about this problem now. It will be a troublesome week for South Africans as they should pick the choice to bear extra designed blackouts, after stage 4 of weight shedding was actually completed by Eskom.