David Mabuza also backs Tito Mboweni’s recovery plan, saying it’s a collective effort

The deputy president backs plans to restructure Eskom

18.10.2019

David Mabuza also backs Tito Mboweni’s recovery plan, saying it’s a collective effort

The deputy president backs plans to restructure Eskom

Last week, President Cyril Ramaphosa also backed Mboweni's recovery plan, a move that likely put him on a collision course with his main backers from the left. However, while Ramaphosa recently told The Economist that he supports his finance minister’s reforms, he said he does not agree to the selling off of new Eskom power stations to save the ailing power utility.

During a question-and-answer session in parliament on Thursday, Mabuza said he generally agrees with Ramaphosa’s views on the Mboweni document, as well as plans to restructure Eskom.

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Serious,wat about Cosatu🤣🤣 Count me out of any 'collective', especially their collective of thieves There appears to be no choice. The damage was done by the Zuma government. The Ramaphosa government may survive the plan if the plan implemented including the sale of parts of Eskom. The country and the government will fall if it is not. Rock and a hard place.

How can any intelligent and conscious African person embrace an imposed economic plan that was devised out of SouthAfrica in dollars? tito_mboweni CyrilRamaphosa PresidencyZA eNCA Mboweni also warn about implementation Is he now taking him serious?

David Mabuza also backs Tito Mboweni’s recovery plan, saying it’s a collective effortThe deputy president backs plans to restructure Eskom

We're sorry, says David Mabuza as load-shedding hits SADeputy President David Mabuza has apologised to South African businesses and students who have been hit by rolling blackouts. Where's Joshua doore? You’re Sorry? For screwing the country up on every level possible? You said it like you crashed someone’s car. It’s not enough. Fix it! Oh forgot! You don’t have a clue how.... Who is that again?

WATCH | VBS, ratings and Ramaphosa support: MPs grill David MabuzaDeputy President David Mabuza faced a challenging Q&A from opposition parties in parliament on Thursday.

Load-shedding a ‘last resort’, says apologetic Jabu MabuzaEskom’s acting CEO Jabu Mabuza on Thursday apologised to South Africa for two days of unexpected bouts of load-shedding. But it was taken 🤷 Crap He’s a chairperson plus acting CEO, kind4 doesn’t allow that

WATCH LIVE | Eskom's Jabu Mabuza addresses SA's load-shedding challengesEskom's acting CEO Jabu Mabuza will address the current electricity challenges SA is facing. I wonder how long it's going to take him to blame us for our Jabu, it's time for you to go... and your whole board. Recently, you signed to supply Zimbabwe in the midst of your own supply challenges. You have physical capacity and mental competency challenges at Eskom and you go out of your way to take more load on loan shedding. Resign He has his own generator he don't care with the money he earn from us taxpayers he don't care a damn

Mabuza apologises to nation for load-sheddingDeputy President David Mabuza has apologised to the nation for the current spate of load-shedding. That Eskom is holding us at randsom since they not getting they price Hike.... He must save the apologies for something more worthy not this hostage situation CyrilRamaphosa Mxim... 🚮 Shove it

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