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Public Enterprise Denounces Eskom Director Mavuso’s Remarks on ANC-Led Government – SABC News

The Public Enterprises Department issued a statement strongly condemning Eskom Board Member Busisiwe Mavuso’s (SCOPA) Supervisory Meeting at a SCOPA (Public Accounts Standing Committee) supervisory meeting reported comments accusing the government of leading the ‘chaos’ in Eskom.

A video posted online shows Mavuso walking out of a conference room.

According to reports, she left the meeting after expressing concerns that Eskom management was being criticized for political interference by the ruling ANC that caused problems in Eskom. She said that, according to some reports, she was asked to leave her after she made her remarks.

The public company said in a statement that it regretted that Mavuso brought the party’s political issues to the supervisory meeting and was taking the matter seriously.

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Eskom halts continuous power outages

Eskom said Friday it has stopped progressive blackouts starting at 10pm.

The power company said in a statement: You will need to return several power plants that will serve you over the weekend, including Arnot and Majuba.

Eskom implemented a two-phase outage a week ago.Raising it to level 4 amid heavy rains in many parts of the country.

Eskom spokeswoman Sikonathi Mantshantsha warned that the system was still limited and appealed to people to preserve power.

“Eskom expects to bring its 9th generation units back to service over the weekend,” he said. This is the unit at Hendrina and the second generation unit at the Arnot, Duvha, Majuba and Tutuka power plants respectively.”

“Low weekend demand will help replenish our contingency reserves. This, along with reduced weekend demand, will allow Eskom to stop load balancing tonight at 22:00.”

Public Enterprise Denounces Eskom Director Mavuso’s Remarks on ANC-Led Government – SABC News

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