Load-shedding was always going to be a problem - former Eskom CEO

2020-09-08 07:17:00 AM

[ICYMI] Load-shedding was always going to be a problem - former Eskom CEO

[ICYMI] Load-shedding was always going to be a problem - former Eskom CEO

Former Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona says the power utility had problems even before he had arrived there.

File: Eskom is urging customers to use electricity sparinglyReuters/Siphiwe SibekoJOHANNESBURG - Former Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona says that load-shedding was always going to be a part of the lifeblood of Eskom.He says the power utility had problems even before he had arrived there.

Energy expert:Eskom not being honest about load-shedding"We knew the problems, the problems had been well established and what was required were solutions, what were the solutions to these problems and not to enquire into them."

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Former Eskom CEO details his sudden ouster from Eskom after five months on the jobTshediso Matona was appointed as the CEO of the power utility in October 2014 and less than six months on the job he was suddenly suspended following a board meeting chaired by then board chairperson, Zola Tsotsi.

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Monday 7 September 2020 - 6:30pm File: Eskom is urging customers to use electricity sparingly Reuters/Siphiwe Sibeko JOHANNESBURG - Former Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona says that load-shedding was always going to be a part of the lifeblood of Eskom.Email Share Former Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona has told the Zondo Commission that his sudden ouster from Eskom in 2015 may have have been motivated by sinister objectives.07 September 2020 - 09:55 By TimesLIVE The state capture inquiry will hear Eskom-related evidence from the former CEO at the power utility, Tshediso Matona on Monday.Tshediso Matona, former CEO at Eskom, will testify at the state capture inquiry on Monday.

He says the power utility had problems even before he had arrived there. Energy expert: Eskom not being honest about load-shedding "We knew the problems, the problems had been well established and what was required were solutions, what were the solutions to these problems and not to enquire into them. The commission will this week focus its hearings on Eskom." Former Eskom CEO, Tshediso Matona says that load-shedding was always going to be a part of the lifeblood of Eskom. Courtesy . Matona was asked to explain the events that led to his suspension on March 11, 2015.