The proof is clear - Lethabo Power Station was disrupted, says Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter.© Provided by CapeTalk The proof is clear - Lethabo Power Station was attacked, says Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter.
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The proof is clear; somebody disrupted the Lethabo Power Station, affirmed Eskom CEO André de Ruyter on Friday.
The saboteur(s) slice the electrical feed to the plant's coal transport line.
"Nothing was taken from the site; the lines were cut, and the pinnacle was pushed over onto the other line," clarified De Ruyter.
"Along these lines, this is definitely not a monetary wrongdoing, this was unmistakably now a demonstration of treachery."
The Hawks are proceeding with its examination.
Mandy Wiener talked with Eyewitness News correspondent Kaylynn Palm (look up to tune in).
They tracked down connections to undermine. He showed us pictures… how these lines were cut, and how the pinnacle was pushed more than… a conscious demonstration of treachery… It had a gigantic effect… It could've gone up to even out six…
Kaylynn Palm, journalist - Eyewitness News
The Hawks are presently helping with the examination. They don't have the foggiest idea who is dependable…
Kaylynn Palm, correspondent - Eyewitness News
There will be no loadshedding this end of the week… Knowing Eskom, we don't have the foggiest idea when the circumstance may change…
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