Medupi blast: Repairs could cost up to R2 billion and take two years, De Ruyter says

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Eskom CEO André de Ruyter.
Eskom CEO André de Ruyter.
Deaan Vivier

Repairs to the damaged generator at Medupi power station’s unit 4 could cost anything between R1.5 billion and R2 billion, Eskom chief executive André de Ruyter said in an interview on Wednesday.

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