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Policies threaten viability of Eskom and Transnet - Brown

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Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown. (Photo: Matthew le Cordeur)
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown. (Photo: Matthew le Cordeur)

Cape Town – Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said government policies and regulations threaten Eskom and Transnet’s future sustainability and should be addressed urgently.

Brown was in Parliament on Wednesday to present the challenges and performance of state-owned companies (SOCs) under her portfolio.

“Eskom operates in a complex and highly regulated environment and the policy decisions determine whether the SOC will be operationally or financially sustainable or not,” she said.

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