Mantashe and De Ruyter at war

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De Ruyter released photos on Wednesday night, showing how saboteurs tried to destroy Lethabo Power Station and plunge the country into stage 6 load shedding. Photo: Gallo Images/Business Day/Freddy Mavunda
De Ruyter released photos on Wednesday night, showing how saboteurs tried to destroy Lethabo Power Station and plunge the country into stage 6 load shedding. Photo: Gallo Images/Business Day/Freddy Mavunda

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The attacks by Mantashe came while De Ruyter presented evidence of sabotage of the Eskom network, which he considered to be part of an attack against him and his management.

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