Electricity minister Kgosientsho Ramokgopa has declared that the worst of the load shedding crisis is over. Is he right?
Author: Hartmut Winkler
Ending power cuts completely will probably take another five years if the infusion of more solar and wind capacity proceeds as currently planned.
There’s a growing fear that the national electricity grid could, at some point, collapse entirely.
The result of Eskom’s woes is that South Africans are increasingly being forced to explore alternative sources of electricity.
The mishandling of the Koeberg life extension project raises serious questions about the capacity of South Africa’s nuclear sector.