Load-shedding under De Ruyter vs other Eskom CEOs - 2007 to 2021

MightyQuin

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Load-shedding from 2007 to 2021 — De Ruyter vs other Eskom CEOs

South Africa has endured more load-shedding under current Eskom CEO André De Ruyter than all his predecessors combined.

This is based on data from the Council for Scientific Research (CSIR), which has tracked the amount of rotational power cuts implemented each year since 2007.
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This is the 2nd or maybe even 3rd time that an article trying to blame De Ruyter has been published here.

Anybody that still needs explaining why this is not his fault, is a moron.
 

OhYeah84

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This is the 2nd or maybe even 3rd time that an article trying to blame De Ruyter has been published here.

Anybody that still needs explaining why this is not his fault, is a moron.
Not very objective is it. LOOOONG article about how bad loadshedding is under his watch, and then a few links with very little explanation in said article as to why (ie. go read HERE for more information).

We would all prefer an article outlining the crap others did to put us in this situation instead.
 

Maverick154

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Classic garbage reporting from MyBB and media in general, will write anything to get a click while not looking at this from a logical stand point. Most of the MyBB articles are like this these days, just absolute minimal effort garbage reporting. This is not journalism @Jan
 

MightyQuin

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How long does he need to fire the useless crew and get new crew?
As soon as he is allowed by his overlords.

Read the news articles, where he has been told in no uncertain terms that staff will not be laid off.

There are many of these articles.

And when the Titanic was sinking, should the captain have fired the crew, becuase then the ship would then miraculously have started floating again?
 
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