25 May 2024 | 10:42 AM
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It is said that history repeats itself – first as tragedy, second as farce. On Friday, public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan announced the new board of Eskom, and issued it with a clear instruction: get the availability of Eskom’s power plants back up to 75%.
A study from a coalition of 86 major corporations — including Eskom, Sasol and Shell — shows we need very little natural gas to achieve energy security. So why is government and business pushing a plan that would see us spend R628-billion — and perhaps up to R1-trillion — on gas?
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