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EFF backs Eskom in black ownership clash with Exxaro

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Cape Town – Eskom has found a new ally in Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, who backed the power utility in its concern over the coal miner’s new ownership structure.

“We encourage Eskom to instruct Exxaro and all its other suppliers to have 51% black ownership through workers' ownership schemes, and must never retreat on the demand that Exxaro must be empowered at minimum of 51%,” Ndlozi said in a statement on Thursday evening.

“This should be so because in anyway, the mines which Exxaro mines coal from are assets that are largely owned by Eskom.”

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