Eskom chair says the end of load-shedding is close

This will not age well after the election...

Somewhere off the coast of Namibia or Mozambique is a powerboat or three taking strain off Eskom for this election... Unless it stays there unreported for many moons, this Eskom BS won't stick. Something's up. Loadshedding disappeared too quickly and too conspicuously close to this election for it not to be a trick of some sort. Call me a conspiracy theorist if you like, but this is either the luckiest fluke in history or it is bullshit. I err on the side of bullshit.
 
I think we still have a way to go. Unscheduled maintenance will need to come down first
 
Magic just before elections. No more sabotage, unplanned maintenance, no more burning diesel. Just like that everything stopped and all of the sudden is running perfectly.
 
Eskom chair : The grid will soon collaps.... I mean the end of load-shedding is close
 
ANC paid their comrade saboteurs to stay away from ESKOM until Thursday. After that normal load shedding will be back when everything starts breaking again.
 
Lol.... just wait until that diesel runs out and no more is getting burned after the elections. We will speak then again and see all the excuses they give.... wet coal, stones in the boilers, planned maintenance, unplanned maintenance, breakdowns, strikes, sabotage, but at the end of the day this will just once again prove the abilities....
 
ANC paid their comrade saboteurs to stay away from ESKOM until Thursday. After that normal load shedding will be back when everything starts breaking again.
Yeah so many people and money will just bail out of SA if they go back to that sabotage campaign, it's not clever and it simply destroys SA, it's an interesting way to try to shift ownership of different industries, though. Maybe this is how BRICS does "business".

I'm sure the powers that be aren't interested in SA being stable, it just needs to be an anti-Western hole for resource extraction.

This Cape independence thing might not sound so crazy in a few years, I think.
 
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