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Minister of Public Enterprises

19 Apr 2019
South African minister of Public Enterprises, Praving Gordhan, tells of a 9 month ''winter plan'' that will carry South Africa through with electricity supply for the rest of the year. The troubled energy supplier Eskom, plans to strengthen the calibre of leadership in order to meet the required needs to execute a more efficient electricity supply to the country.
22 Feb 2019
South Africa Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan discusses South Africa’s government plan to bail out Eskom, the government’s back up plan if the unions don’t approve of the bailout, the possibility of a downgrade from Moody’s and if Eskom can meet requirements of turnaround plan.


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