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South Africa: Eskom board and CEO De Ruyter face SCOPA amid power crisis

South Africa’s outgoing Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter said that the utility’s current leadership is paying for the “sins of the past”. De Ruyter added that the load shedding crisis that South Africans have had to brave is not a new development.

He said the government had known about it since 1998 when an energy white paper recorded that Eskom was asking for new capacity to be added on an urgent basis.

Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter and board members meet with Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA).

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