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.
— eNCA (@eNCA) September 7, 2020
They had been known, they had been there for years prior to my arrival. I did say that we were forecasting that load-shedding would occur for a period to come, I couldn’t say five years because I was optimistic that we would resolve the load-shedding problem earlier than five years,” he said. Matona was testifying at the state capture inquiry on Monday.
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