Outa has offered its resources and services to both the new Eskom board and the Hawks to help battle state capture.
SABC workers are demanding a 10% wage hike, while management claims this is impossible.
The Eskom hearing takes place this Friday at the NERSA headquarters.
Once completed, Eskom’s new programme, which uses visualisation technology, will enable technicians to compare electricity usage among customers
Johnny Dladla, takes over the reigns at Eskom with immediate effect.
The Democratic Alliance is heading to Pretoria’s High Court today to review Brian Molefe’s reappointment to Eskom.
Brian Molefe is back at Eskom as CEO and the DA is having none of it.
South Africans can expect another winter without loadshedding, according to Eskom.
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
The City of Cape Town has 100 days of drinkable water left.
Scopa has conducted an oversight visit to the SABC to investigate financial mismanagement at the public broadcaster.
Eskom’s critical peak days tariffs would have seen South Africans paying 400% more for power on high demand days, but Outa has our back.
On January 5th, 1976, the SABC started broadcasting. We’ve come a long way, baby.
The North Gauteng High Court has ruled Eskom can turn off the power for eight municipalities.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse wants to put the parastatal under the spotlight following S&P’s downgrading of Eskom at the weekend.
But it’s losing fixed line customers fast…
The Eskom CEO has said that his resignation should not be seen as an admission of guilt.