4.8.2019 11:22 am
Eskom senior managers have dragged Eskom to the CCMA demanding the same 4.7% increase that the power utility recently granted to middle management.
In spite of the news that Eskom suffered a R20.7 billion loss in the last financial year, Eskom senior managers are hauling the power utility to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) because they received no salary increases and incentive bonuses in the last financial year.
‘We promise to keep our customers informed about the state of our power system on a continuous basis.’
The president says our recent bout of rolling blackouts should not happen again.
The power utility has brushed off a planned class action for damages caused during load shedding – a legal case an expert says won’t succeed.
The Public Enterprises minister waves his magic wand, promising to keep the country warm this winter, but an expert says it’s too little, too late.
Gordhan says they have a winter plan to execute that will hold for the next nine months.
De Beer Attorneys plans to argue that the struggling utility’s recent bout of load shedding was the result of negligence.
The country is crying out for a solution, but the UK’s rail privatisation is a cautionary tale.
The party wrote to national assembly speaker Baleka Mbete last week to request the establishment of an ad hoc committee.
We can no longer rely on government to keep the power flowing, Gauteng premier candidate Solly Msimanga says.
Mmusi Maimane says the fact that the utility has halted load shedding does not mean its woes are at an end.
The party leader mentions his party is planning to march to the Union Buildings on Friday.
The power utility sent out a statement yesterday explaining that imports from Mozambique’s Cahora Bassa have increased to 850MW since the restoration of the line.
Load shedding will only be implemented when absolutely necessary.