- African National Congress National Executive Committee plans to improve Eskom condition and prevent power outages
- The party’s NEC plans to create a relationship with the private and public sectors to ensure that the country is no longer subject to power cuts
- NEC’s Mmamoloko Kubayi said it is necessary to pay attention to transmission and demand aspects of power stabilization
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JOHANNESBURG – The National Executive Committee of the African National Congress has put in place an integrated resource plan to improve Eskom’s performance.
The NEC is committed to ensuring that the country is no longer subject to power cuts by creating a relationship with the private and public sectors.
An ANC media dialogue, focusing on economic transformation and combat ideas, was held at Maison Luthuli on Sunday 29 May. NEC member Mmamoloko Kubayi said there is a need to reflect on what is being done on EIA. Eyewitness News reported that the ANC plans to motivate the exploration of mineral and gas resources.
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Kubayi said it is necessary to pay attention to transmission and demand aspects of power stabilization. She said there needs to be a critical discussion about how the ANC will help solve Eskom’s problems.
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According to Kubayi, load shedding is paralyzing the country. She added that Eskom’s performance, operationally and financially, needs to be improved, News24 reported. Kubayi said the electricity supply in terms of the integrated resource plan needs to improve.
Social media users are reacting to the ANC’s proposal and are outraged by the comments:
Pierre Lever said:
“Never too late to start. I am convinced that they really want to improve the electricity supply. However, I doubt they have the skill to do so.
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Savvas Nathaniel wrote:
“The ANC destroyed this entity like all other public entities. How do they plan to fix it? »
Dintsi Mphahlele commented:
“Forget it, you just destroyed our country. Your organization unreliable, you found the electricity working well and there was no load shedding before your arrival.
Wendy Isaacs added:
“What joke did they destroy Eskom with corruption and sabotage? »
Eskom CEO Andre De Ruyter says he’s tired of hearing jokes about load shedding, slamming trolls and ‘parlor critics’
In a related case, In brief News also reported that Eskom CEO Andre De Ruyter criticized trolls and “parlor critics” and said the power utility had been mismanaged for the past 15 years. He said South Africans must come to terms with the reality that Eskom has been badly neglected and abused to the point of almost collapsing.
De Ruyter said the organization was completely drained by corruption. During an interview with ENCAthe CEO said:
“There are a lot of living room critics out there who like to be very smart and present themselves as energy experts, but, with all due respect, I don’t think they fully appreciate the challenge of work.”
Source: News in Brief