Sabotage only part of Eskom's 'perfect storm' of chaos

12 December 2019 - 06:00 By Qaanitah Hunter
Sabotage was just one part of the load-shedding disaster, says one of Eskom's bosses.
Sabotage was just one part of the load-shedding disaster, says one of Eskom's bosses.
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The act of “sabotage” that led to 2,000 megawatts of electricity being wiped off the grid was already restored before Eskom decided to implement stage six load-shedding, one of its bosses says.

It was, says another utility chief, but one part of the disaster, followed by the calamities wet coal and an ageing fleet.

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