Matshela Koko’s firm is apparently set to sell solar energy in Zimbabwe, the news has dropped that Koko who is a former CEO of Eskom is basically setting up an energy company providing services to Zimbabwe. You can imagine the allegations which are being made on the social media after it was discovered that he is to set-up his own company, and it seems to be going well.
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The Ex-Eskom boss Matshela Koko's Matshela Energy has secured a lucrative deal with the Zimbabwean Power Utulity ZETDC to supply 100 MW of power. The two companies are reported to have agreed terms under which Matshela will sell power to ZESA, when it completes its 100MW solar farm in Gwanda.
State-media in Zimbabwe has promoted the improvement as quite possibly of the greatest sustainable sunlight based project in the adjoining nation and in the southern Africa locale. Previous Eskom break CEO Matshela Koko, the overseeing overseer of the autonomous power maker, said he was really glad with the finish of the arrangement as Zimbabwe integrated sun oriented energy to support lacking power supply and diminish carbon impression.
The Premier of Eastern Cape, Oscar Mabuyane has heaped praises on former president Jacob Zuma in terms of developing rural provinces, saying that the government of President Cyril Ramaphosa has not done much in that regard. The premier noted that they are building on the infrastructure left by Jacob Zuma, saying that the present government has not touched the rural provinces much.
Pretoria — The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has consented to a power buying arrangement with South African free power maker, Matshela Energy Limited, which will clear the way for the development of a 100 megawatt sun-based plant in the southern town of Gwanda.
Individuals of color have let down Busisiwe Mkhwebane, Brian Molefe, Matshela Koko, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, Lucky Montana, and numerous other dark experts whose aim were to inspire individuals of color. Elevate individuals of color how, the vast majority of individuals you referenced have been associated with untold wrongdoings against individuals they should serve and inspire,
Individuals of color have let down Busisiwe Mkhwebane, Brian Molefe, Matshela Koko, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, Lucky Montana, and numerous other dark experts whose expectation were to elevate individuals of color. Elevate individuals of color how, the vast majority of individuals you referenced have been associated with untold violations against individuals they should serve and inspire,
The past Eskom pack CEO, Matshela Koko has taken to Twitter to discuss what he called "White Privilege". Undoubtedly, Matshela Koko addressed an assessment letter which recommended that the nonstop Eskom group CEO Andre de Ruyter and his managerial social event merit the most raised acclaim for attempting to keep a blemished boat above water while others are penetrating openings into the packaging of this miserable boat.
Matshela Koko, who used to work for Eskom, says that President Cyril Ramaphosa will be remembered as the worst president since 1994. He says that the president has failed to rise to the occasion over and over again. Koko is one of the most vocal critics of President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Source: https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1545766767741526019?t=_iDXQF-MOurRIw6_ID4tKQ&s=19 Former Eskom executive, Matshela Koko has argued that president Cyril Ramaphosa will go down in history as the worst president since 1994. He claims that the president has repeatedly failed to rise to the occasion. Koko is one of the strongest critics of president Cyril Ramaphosa and some argue that this emanates from the fact that he was fired from his Eskom position by Ramaphosa, and is finding it difficult to move on.
Ramaphosa knows the mind of the people he is leading. Cyril and the media lied about Zuma, Brian Molefe being captured and looting, they believed him without evidence. They lied about what causes load shedding, they believed them without digging deep without listening to Brian Molefe, Dr. Ben Ngubane and Koko Brian and Koko are the only ones who will tell the truth about what causes load shedding and how to stop it.
SA attack Koko for saying Eskom spent R1.54b on diesel still there was loadshedding see what SA says
Eskom_SA spent 𝗥𝟭.𝟱𝟰 𝗯𝗶𝗹𝗹𝗶𝗼𝗻 on diesel to keep the lights & still could not prevent stage 7 of load-shedding on 30 June 2022. Meanwhile, “State Capture” era spent 𝗥𝟯𝟮𝟬 𝗠 𝗶𝗻 𝟭𝟮 𝗺𝗼𝗻𝘁𝗵𝘀 & managed to keep the lights on dependably. My question to you would always be this.why didn't you stop the load shedding before the arrival of Molefe ?
Matshela Koko, a former Eskom administrator who has been labeled by opponents as an alleged RET force because to his constant advocacy of the Zuma administration, has revealed that president Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala Phala crisis is another Nkandla. Koko asserts that opposition parties will once again humiliate the ANC in the wake of the Phala Phala scandal after the Democratic Alliance leader, John Steenhuisen, who had previously stated that he would like to work with Cyril Ramaphosa's faction of the ANC, but not the RET, demanded that the FBI investigate the president on charges of money laundering, called for an investigation by the FBI.
An ex-executive at Eskom named Matshela Koko asserts that President Cyril Ramaphosa will be remembered as the worst leader since 1994. The president, according to him, has consistently failed to live up to expectations. Some assert that Koko's disapproval of President Cyril Ramaphosa derives from the fact that Ramaphosa fired him from his post at Eskom and he is having trouble moving on.
The social media attacks against prof Thuli Madonsela need to come to an end. Those attacking her are using racism instead of attacking her based on ideas. Most of them are attacking her either because she is supporting president Cyril Ramaphosa, the Zimbabwean Exemption Permit extension or because they believe she brought load shedding upon the country by turning against Jacob Zuma, Brian Molefe and Koko.
"Someone tell her to shut up please" Koko react after kelly Khumalo said this about "Someone tell her to shut up please" Koko react after kelly Khumalo said this about Senzo Meyiwa
https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1544020742261579776?t=tyzPcPCI0Zi7aX_KDuLEaA&s=19 https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.timeslive.co.za/amp/tshisa-live/tshisa-live/2022-07-04-sa-reacts-to-kelly-khumalo-saying-no-one-knew-senzo-meyiwa-before-he-dated-her/ On Monday, in an exclusive interview with eNCA, Kelly Khumalo who sat alongside her lawyer Magdelene Moonsamy, held nothing back. The famous singer left many tongues wagging on Monday night when she talked extensively about Senzo Meyiwa and the ongoing trial against the five accused.
Source: https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1545766767741526019?t=_iDXQF-MOurRIw6_ID4tKQ&s=19 Former Eskom chief, Matshela Koko has contended that president Cyril Ramaphosa will stand out forever as the most exceedingly terrible president starting around 1994. He guarantees that the president has over and again neglected to adapt to the situation.
“I won’t return to Eskom” Matshela Koko rejects calls to go back to power utility amid load-shedding
Some social media users have called for former Eskom CEO Matshela Koko to be brought back in his position, but he has rejected those requests. Stage 6 load-shedding this week caused Koko's name to trend on Twitter. Many people have shown support for bringing him back to work online.
So, the narrative has shifted blame is put squarely on the shoulders of ESKOM workers what I know is we will soon run out of excuses I am afraid that at this rate, it would be said Brian and Koko instigate them the man gets scot-free. How much does South Africa pay renewable energy companies annually, in fact, daily what cushion do these renewables provide when coal gets wet or ESKOM workers go on strike.