The ongoing drama between Eskom Boss André de Ruyter and some South Africans politicians is still developing more wings as the Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe has made new accusations against the Eskom boss. He was before accused of snubbing contractors, racism, and now he has been accused of something different by Gwede Mantashe.
Gwede Mantashe the Mineral Resources and Energy Minister has accused André de Ruyter of failing to sign emergency power contracts that are available almost immediately and could help alleviate the country's electricity shortage.
The recent accusations against Eskom's boss made by Gwede got many Facebook users talking. Most of the users' comments were against Gwede whom they considered as someone corrupt and who doesn't know anything about electricity. See some comments below.
The recent attacks were made by the Minister when Eskom Boss André de Ruyter was presenting evidence of people trying to sabotage the Eskom network. Ruyter considers the effort to sabotage the electricity network as part of the attack against him and his management.
De Ruyter on Wednesday night released some images of people trying to destroy Lethabo Power Station and plunge the country into stage 6 load shedding.
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