ESKOM GROUP EXECUTIVE RESIGNED AFTER 26YEARS IN SOUTH AFRICA

ESKOM GROUP EXECUTIVE RESIGNED AFTER 26YEARS IN SOUTH AFRICA

Eskom Group Executive for Generation, Phillip Dukashe, has resigned from his position, following a 26-year association with the power utility.

The power utility announced Dukashe’s resignation on Monday – just more than a year after his permanent appointment in April 2021.

“A true, loyal asset to Eskom and the country,

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SA’s ESKOM ANNOUNCED LOAD SHEDDING BREAKDOWN

SA’s ESKOM ANNOUNCED LOAD SHEDDING BREAKDOWN

Further breakdowns at generation units at Eskom’s power stations have led to the power utility having to implement stage two load shedding from yesterday until the early hours of Friday morning.

Eskom said the cluster of breakdowns and delays have rendered it with no choice but to implement power downtimes.

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ESKOM TO IMPLEMENT LOAD SHEDDING TO AVOID BLACKOUT IN SA

ESKOM TO IMPLEMENT LOAD SHEDDING TO AVOID BLACKOUT IN SA

South Africa Electricity distributor Eskom is planning to implement load shedding in the nation to prevent a catastrophic blackout.

The plan was made know by Eskom Chief Executive Officer, Andre de Ruyter as he noted that the power utility is obligated to implement load shedding in order to avoid a

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WHY IS SOUTH AFRICA NUCLEAR POWER STATION PROJECT RUNNING LATE

WHY IS SOUTH AFRICA NUCLEAR POWER STATION PROJECT RUNNING LATE

What is describe as South Africa’s most complex project ever is running a bit late as oppose to the original plans. Well, the nation knows that the nuclear facility which was commissioned some 36years agos in 1985 will surely pose some challenges.

Plans were made in 2022 and early 2023

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ESKOM STILL CONTINUING LOAD SHEDDING IN SA

ESKOM STILL CONTINUING LOAD SHEDDING IN SA

Due to the generation unit decrease in South Africa, Eskom is still using load shedding for its distribution as they continue to battles with power supply constraints.

In a press release by the utility company, Eskom said Stage 1 load shedding got underway at 8am on Monday and will continue

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COURT ORDERS ESKOM TO RESTORE ELECTRICITY IN SOUTH AFRICA

COURT ORDERS ESKOM TO RESTORE ELECTRICITY IN SOUTH AFRICA

The North Gauteng High Court Acting Judge Anthony has ordered Eskom, south Africa power distributor to restore full maximum electricity supply to several areas in the Free State and Mpumalanga provinces immediately.

Eskom was taking to court by the Applicants, the Vaal River Development Association, which represented communities in Parys

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ESKOM SAYS SOUTH AFRICA MAY EXPERIENCE POWER CONSTRAIN THIS WEEK

ESKOM SAYS SOUTH AFRICA MAY EXPERIENCE POWER CONSTRAIN THIS WEEK

South Africa power distributing agency Eskom has issues a statement that the nation may face power system constrain this week.

According to Eskom, Due to the unavailability of several generation units, the power system will be severely constrained this week.

The statement reads “While Eskom teams are working hard to

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SOUTH AFRICA’S ELECTRICITY CHALLENGES REVEAL WEAK GOVT’ POLICIES

SOUTH AFRICA’S ELECTRICITY CHALLENGES REVEAL WEAK GOVT’ POLICIES

For a leading African nation that is meant to be a shining example to other African nations, it feels so sad that they are struggling to meet the electricity demand of citizens. Over the last 13 years, various administrations in South Africa have promised to solve the electricity challenges plaguing

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SOUTH AFRICA ACCEPTS PRIVATE POWER GENERATION

SOUTH AFRICA ACCEPTS PRIVATE POWER GENERATION

South Africa settled to allow businesses to generate their own electricity.

South Africa made the decision due to the growing disappointment business faced as a result of the constant power outages in the country. The outages has affected economic output and weakened investor confidence in one of Africa’s most industrialized

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SOUTH AFRICA KICKS OFF CONSTRUCTION OF KARUSA AND SOETWATER WIND FARM

SOUTH AFRICA KICKS OFF CONSTRUCTION OF KARUSA AND SOETWATER WIND FARM

Enel has commenced the construction of the USD 446 million Karusa and Soetwater wind farm.

According to Enel Green Power, the construction of the wind farm is expected to run for 2 years and will be located at South Africa’s Karoo Hoogland District, Northern Cape province. In addition, the tools …

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SOUTH AFRICA’s POWER CUT WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ESKOM TACKLES THE CHALLENGES AT HAND

SOUTH AFRICA’s POWER CUT WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ESKOM TACKLES THE CHALLENGES AT HAND

Eskom will cut 2,000 megawatt power from 9 a.m-11 p.m local time across the country.

Eskom instituted load-shedding after losing some of it’s generating station broken down at the same time. South Africa will face future power cuts if these issues are not well handled now.

Eskom generates 90% of …

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ZIMBABWE PRESIDENT IN ENERGY TALKS WITH ESKOM

ZIMBABWE PRESIDENT IN ENERGY TALKS WITH ESKOM

President Mnangagwa held talks with President Ramaphosa over Zimbabwe Energy issues.

President Emmanuel Mnangagwa has held talks with President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa toward solving the nation energy problem. The bilateral meeting was to find a lasting solution to Zimbabwe power challenges.

During the meeting, President Mnangagwa announce that …

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MOODY’S DOWNGRADE SOUTH AFRICA’S ESKOM

MOODY’S DOWNGRADE SOUTH AFRICA’S ESKOM

Eskom recently downgraded by rating agency Moody’s.

Eskom’s long term collective family rating has downgraded by the Global ratings agency Moody’s. The downgrade was from B1 to Ba3 with warning that the ratings remains under review.

The rating agency pegged the downgrade to Eskom’s falling liquidity and the the ability …

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