Following a PAIA application from Outa, Eskom has released some operational data and it’s not a very good read.
Outa says that if the last 20 percent of motorists stop paying etolls, the system will have to be abandoned.
Outa calls Nersa’s draft Rules for Registration of Small-Scale Embedded Generation unacceptable adding they must be scrapped.
Khosa says her intention is to make a significant impact through civil society.
Outa says that the SABC’s R10 million claim against Hlaudi Mostoeneng isn’t big enough. Crikey!
Outa has offered its resources and services to both the new Eskom board and the Hawks to help battle state capture.
Outa said this indicates that the state capture movement may extend to Nersa as well.
The charges were laid at Randburg Police Station and are backed up by an affidavit detailing the allegations.
Mosebenzi Zwane is the latest government official to be accused of treason by Outa.
Outa’s Dominique Msibi, said any pension or other benefits due to Hlaudi Motsoeneng should be forfeited to the SABC to compensate for his “looting”.
The Eskom hearing takes place this Friday at the NERSA headquarters.
Outa has filed its paper for the etolls litigation process in response to Sanral’s declarations against its members.
A number of municipalities want to charge residents over and above the 1.88% electricity tariff hike set by Nersa for this year.
Brian Molefe is back at Eskom as CEO and the DA is having none of it.
Five months after leaving his position, Brian Molefe is set to make a shock return to Eskom on Monday.
Outa was one of five entities arguing for a low electricity tariff hike for this year.
It’s time for Hlaudi Mostoeneng to go, says Outa