South Africa has been promising for months to fix Eskom. While little tangible progress has been evident so far, several key decisions are due to be taken this month.
Department of Public Enterprises says report will clearly outline the government’s plan to make the struggling utility sustainable.
Its ‘chief restructuring office’ will need a proper understanding of the utility’s real loss. What would a rating agency do?
Freeman Nomvalo to pave the way for the utility’s restructuring.
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The era of bailouts is over, warns Gordhan.
Some of his tasks would be ‘to interrogate Eskom’s debt and various proposals to resolve its burden, as well as engage investors with the Eskom executive’.