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Opinion - His job was just one thing to keep the lights on.

24 MAY 2022.

BY Alupheli.

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His job was just one thing...to keep the lights on. For 4 years running, he failed.

If he was BLACK, the "SaveSA" NGO's and Gordhan would have long collaborated to turn on the heat for his expulsion.

This seems closer to the truth: We watched an interview with Dennis Davies and Andre du Ruyter last night, frightening. In a nutshell Big criminal syndicates operating within Eskom. Plug once source of fraud and theft and another appears. Eskom stopped the diesel theft and then discovered R1.1BN theft of stock at one power station etc. Coal deliveries having metal and rocks added to the loads to dilute the good coal as they are paid by weight, that damages the power stations. They employed a top forensic guy to start sorting this out. His house was shot at and he resigned. Their hands are tied, cops release those arrested the next day on orders from senior cops. De Ruyter said he cannot fix Eskom alone. Unless the authorities and NPA actually take this on we are going nowhere. No individual would want to put their families at risk by taking on syndicates. Load shedding here to stay for a long time to come. At least it makes sense what’s happening now.

Lastly The rot in and within Eskom are being identified and removed -unfortunately it takes time-

The criminal syndicates within Eskom had a super time of planning,manipulating,coercion and settling in all Power Stations and Departments since especially in the Zuma era.

Corruption has viciously taken control of South Africa.

What is shocking to me on this group is to observe the unfortunate blindness of some blaming De Ruyter!

It also tells me more about such persons traits in life.


The question now is Bring back Brian Molefe please 🙏

Brian Molefe is a South African businessman. He was previously a political activist and politician.


Molefe has held numerous executive positions in the public service. These include Deputy Director General in the National Treasury of South Africa, CEO of the Public Investment Corporation, CEO of Transnet and CEO of Eskom.

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