efficient group

  1. Jan

    Eskom will die a slow death - Dawie Roodt

    Eskom going to die slow death, warns economist Efficient Group founder and economist Dawie Roodt said “Eskom is going to die a slow death” in response to the 2023 budget speech. Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana presented the Eskom Debt Relief Bill in the budget, with the government taking...
  2. Jan

    With Eskom falling apart, the private sector must generate SA's power - Dawie Roodt

    Eskom falling apart Efficient Group chief economist Dawie Roodt said Eskom is a bankrupt company which cannot be saved, which means that the private sector will have to provide the country’s electricity. Speaking to the SABC, Roodt predicted that Eskom would go the same route as South African...
  3. Jan

    Jay Naidoo: South Africa in serious trouble

    South Africa showing signs of a failed state Former reconstruction and development minister Jay Naidoo says South Africa is in serious trouble and is showing signs of a failed state. Naidoo is a seasoned politician who was the founding general secretary of the Congress of South African Trade...
  4. Jan

    We already know how the Eskom movie ends - Dawie Roodt

    Eskom is beyond saving — and we already know how it will end Efficient Group chief economist Dawie Roodt said Eskom is financially and operationally unsalvageable and will come to the same end as South African Airways (SAA). Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan appointed a new Eskom...
  5. Jan

    Dawie Roodt argues striking Eskom workers already paid far too much

    Striking Eskom workers are paid far too much — Economist Eskom workers participating in a wage-related strike that has plunged South Africa into stage 6 load-shedding are already getting paid too much. Efficient Group chief economist Dawie Roodt has said. Roodt was speaking to Sunday newspaper...
  6. Jan

    Reason for Tito Mboweni's exit is bad news for South Africa - Dawie Roodt

    Dawie Roodt predicted Tito Mboweni's exit — here is what else he said Efficient Group chief economist Dawie Roodt has accurately predicted the exit of former finance minister Tito Mboweni, and the reason for his exit is not good news for South Africa. Last year, Roodt said the ANC’s main...