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.
Matshela Koko has asked thought Provoking Question as Pictures of Ramaphosa sleeping yet again emerge
https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1558046762442625027?t=CFZIEdar4xogcoAD8IFRXw&s=19 In recent times, couple of pictures showing the ANC and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa sleeping managed to surface on social media platforms particularly on Twitter. And every time a picture of Cyril Ramaphosa sleeping emerges, South African people always react with mixed reactions.
https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1549320107092049921?t=-EggXJzI_FW8eiea4gPSeg&s=19 Late last week, the president of South Africa, Mr Cyril Ramaphosa and along with some noticeable government officials visited some of Eskom Power stations. And upon visiting the Eskom power stations, the ANC president, Cyril Ramaphosa was asked several questions by journalists about the current South African electricity crisis.
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.
https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1549320107092049921?t=-EggXJzI_FW8eiea4gPSeg&s=19 Toward the end of last week, the leader of South Africa, Mr Cyril Ramaphosa and alongside some perceptible government authorities visited some of Eskom Power stations. Furthermore, after visiting the Eskom power stations, the ANC president, Cyril Ramaphosa was posed a few inquiries by writers about the flow South African power emergency.
https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1547534156418228225?t=vgQ2sC0XQKsb_TLmVKSNUg&s=19 The former Eskom group CEO Matshela Koko has revealed that they were right when they pointed out that Renewable and Nuclear energy programmes should be implemented at the cost and pace which South Africa could afford. However, the former Eskom group CEO has indicated that the South African ruling party, the African National Congress led by then, Jeff Radebe refused to listen to their advice.
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.
Minister of higher education Blade Nzimande sings a different tune regarding the administration of former president Jacob Zuma, which some have described as "nine squandered years." Nzimande argues that it is a reality that Jacob Zuma did well, contrary to the prevalent belief that he did nothing positive.
https://twitter.com/KhandaniM/status/1542378706165006337?t=zpWpedYjEY3fY3d2Zywpyg&s=19 In light of recent developments, a gentleman by the name of Khandani Msibi has taken Twitter to point out that he and many others warned about the removal of Brian Molefe and Matshela Koko. He said that he pointed out that he wanted to know who will replace them.
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.
The fruitless idea of Eskom 2.0, which was never implemented, can be used to summarize South Africa's electricity situation. The suggestion for a second state-owned utility was first put out by Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe after faults at Eskom forced the nation into stage six load shedding, according to President Cyril Ramaphosa on (15 July).
The Zondo Commission helped nobody without a doubt by disregarding two or three entries, including those from Brian Molefe and Matshela Koko, to introduce Ramaphosa as a knight in sparkling covering, calls attention to Prof Sipho Seepe. Sipho is a truly lengthy timespan Zuma dear. Not a quick expert.
https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1553798168776679425?t=_BcjEs0VTKb5KxGBOiXALA&s=19 It has since emerged that Oscar Mabuyane, who many South Africans fairly knows, he is one of many people who support Cyril Ramaphosa, has sang praises for former president Jacob Zuma's administration, particularly the role it played in the Eastern Province during the so called nine wasted years.
Matshela Koko, a former executive at Eskom, contends that President Cyril Ramaphosa would be remembered as the worst president since 1994. He asserts that the president has continually fallen short of expectations. Some claim that Koko's opposition to President Cyril Ramaphosa stems from the fact that he was ousted from his job at Eskom by Ramaphosa and is finding it difficult to move on.
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.
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.
https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1542070008708321280?t=DTkG5XQONF3FXdgGM4IMcQ&s=19 The former Eskom group CEO, Matshela Koko has taken Twitter to indicate that during the period which is often dubbed as the "9 wasted years", there was no stage 4 load-shedding. And the comments of the former Eskom CEO comes at a time, when the South African Power Utility Eskom has been implementing a nationwide load-shedding in recent days.
Source: https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1545766767741526019?t=_iDXQF-MOurRIw6_ID4tKQ&s=19 According to Matshela Koko, a former executive at Eskom, Cyril Ramaphosa would be remembered as the worst leader since 1994. He asserts that the president has consistently fallen short of expectations. Koko is one of the president Cyril Ramaphosa's harshest critics, and others claim that this is because Ramaphosa fired him from his role as Eskom and Koko is having a hard time moving on.
https://www.google.com/amp/s/ewn.co.za/0001/01/01/da-calls-for-sacking-of-mantashe-over-sa-s-energy-crisis/amp https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1541784528599093248?t=qzTw7MWN66GL2JClelmaSQ&s=19 The ongoing implementation of load-shedding by South African Power Utility Eskom, clearly suggests that the country seems to be having a serious Energy crisis. And on Tuesday, Eskom announced that they will implement stage 6 of load-shedding.