Jabulani Sikhakhane | Mission impossible: De Ruyter's drive to change the culture at Eskom

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Eskom Group CEO André de Ruyter must build a movement for change at the power utility, which was hollowed out during the years of state capture. But Eskom is a huge institution, employing more than 40 000 people - all of whom are either potential allies or enemies, writes Jabulani Sikhakhane.

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