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Eskom's monopoly won’t last, but load shedding will continue deep into next year

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Eskom head office in Sunninghill, Johannesburg. Picture: Reuters
Eskom head office in Sunninghill, Johannesburg. Picture: Reuters

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The South African energy supply industry is changing dramatically, with increasing numbers of alternatives to the Eskom monopoly.

This will greatly aid the recovery of business confidence, economic growth and job creation, says Dr Roelof Botha, economic adviser to the Optimum Investment Group.

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