Load Shedding Haunts South African Power Utility as Lawsuit Looms

Over 400 businesses from multiple sectors including agriculture, retail, manufacturing, IT and hospitality have joined the suit against Eskom over threats to their livelihoods caused by what Abduraouph Kamaar, senior associate at De Beer Attorneys, said is the result of "corruption" and "malfeasance" by the embattled power utility.

Eskom's national control centre (file photo).


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