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Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter says three stages of loadshedding are due to the ongoing illegal wage strike. This translates to the loss of 2500 MW of capacity. Wage talks
Energy analyst, Chris Yelland, has called on the national government to immediately fast-track the procurement of electricity from private entities to address the crippling power cuts. He says the commitment
Cape Town electricity tariffs increased by 9.5% from midnight. The City of Cape Town says the tariff increases were kept to a minimum to reduce the pressure on residents’ pockets.
A new digital portal bringing South African rugby supporters closer to the Springboks and other national teams has been launched by SA Rugby in partnership with principal partner MTN. Bok
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says it is hoped that the majority of Eskom employees will be back at work today which would hopefully see power stations going into full
Eskom has confirmed that many employees are peacefully returning to work this morning and that there are no incidents of protests reported so far today. The power utility says the
The National Institute for Communicable Diseases has confirmed that a second case of monkeypox has been identified through laboratory testing at the NICD on Tuesday. The case involves a 32-year-old
The NSRI Plettenberg Bay duty crew were activated on Tuesday afternoon following eye-witness reports of a shark incident involving a swimmer at Sanctuary Beach, on the Robberg side of Robberg