The problems at Eskom are starting to cause more problems for many departments and the economy of the country, one of the people that are not happy about this issue is the minister of mineral and energy Gwede Mantashe.
Speaking to the South African broadcasting Cooperation Mantashe told the SABC that the load-shedding is affecting the economy of this country, which is what many government officials are failing to do we're they feared losing their jobs.
His department contributes a lot of resources to Eskom but the president fails to measure these two organizations together, while public enterprise is sinking this power utility and it looks difficult for this problem to be solved.
But if the business can try to approach the president about implementing new changes on Eskom things might get better, because they are also qualified personnel that has all the experience to take this company forward this year.
Things are also starting to be difficult for Mantashe as he tries to implement new changes in his department, because now he has been implicated in corruption that can see step aside resolution knocking on his door.
He has been the most talked about person in the media lately and this shows that South Africans are not happy, about how the minister is doing things in his department to this day.
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