Strike Action By South African Unions Threatens To Bring The Country To A Standstill

On Tuesday, November 12, South Africa’s ailing state-owned carrier, South African Airways (SAA),

Current Load Shedding Likely To Cost South Africa ZAR 2 Bn A Day

Estimations by different energy analysts earlier indicated that stage 2 load shedding of

Africa’s Biggest Power Utility Resumes Load Shedding-Why It Should Be A Cause Of Concern

Load shedding by Eskom, South Africa’s embattled power utility, dented the first quarter’s

3 People Are Battling For The “Most Impossible CEO Job” In South Africa Right Now

The Hunt For The Man For The “Impossible Job” Is On For months


Africa’s Biggest Power Utility Risks Having Some Of Its Plants Shut Down Due To Emission Violations

South Africa’s embattled power utility Eskom could have some of its power plants

South Africa Is Home To The World’s Second Largest Sulphur Dioxide Hotspot

The world’s second-largest hotspot of Sulphur dioxide emissions is in South Africa’s Mpumalanga

Zimbabwe Will Now Get Power Supply From Eskom-But Under These Conditions

The government of Zimbabwe has finally reached an agreement with South Africa’s power

Eskom Records Largest-Ever Financial Year Loss

Debt-ridden power utility Eskom has announced record losses for the year ending March