Eskom eyes managers' jobs, fuel costs in savings drive

26 April 2020 - 00:09 By GRAEME HOSKEN

In a bid to avoid financial implosion, Eskom is investigating drastic cost-cutting measures, including ways of saving money on its R140bn procurement processes.

Under the national lockdown, reduced power demand, especially from heavy industry customers, has cost the utility nearly R2.5bn in revenue in the past month...

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