"I know it's too much to ask for patience [with Eskom], but..." - Ramaphosa

South Africans experienced a load-shedding-free run between Thursday, 18 August and Tuesday, 6 September 2022.
Based on the fragility of the network and infrastructure, I'd say this experience was the exception.
Tell you what Ramamuppet. You and the rest of your thieving buddies in cabinet take part in load shedding like the rest of the country and we will be more patient

I always thought that politicians should spend their terms living in the poorest communities, or failing that, prison.
Almost appeared like he cared and our patience/opinions mattered, almost...
President Cyril Ramaphosa has asked for more patience from South Africans regarding Eskom and load-shedding.

Moar .... moar .....

“Progress is being made with all elements of the five-point plan to address the electricity challenge that our country faces at the moment. Eskom has taken steps to improve the maintenance and operation of our power stations. including the deployment of senior managers to our power stations.26 March 2015
“Eskom has made much progress in implementing its nine-point plan, ensuring better maintenance of its general fleet, reducing costs and ensuring adequate reserves of coal.” Cyril Ramaphosa, State of the Nation Address, February 2019.
"We will soon be completing the detailed work and consultations needed to finalise these further measures. We will then, in the coming days, be able to announce a comprehensive set of actions to achieve much faster progress in tackling load shedding."

Cyril Ramaphosa, in the 11 July 2022 edition of his "From the Desk of the President" newsletter titled "We can and will do more to end load shedding"
They must give us regular report on how the plan toward fixing is going or give us a dashboard to check for ourselves. The opaqueness makes us think they are hiding something and there is in fact no plan or progress toward resolution.
No, there is definitely a plan, or a plan to make a plan, or planning to come up with a plan to make a plan.
But at the very least, there is certainly a committee...