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Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter in January, 2020.
Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter in January, 2020.
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The Covid-19 crisis may have been the nudge state-owned enterprises needed to shape up in order to start delivering on their mandates.

This week Eskom CEO André De Ruyter suspended the managers of Tutuka and Kendal power stations, with ongoing interventions at the Kriel and Duvha power stations - this after Stage 4 load shedding was implemented this week due to rising demand and breakdowns at generating units.

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