Treasury investigators say Koko’s Eskom coal tests are shaky

Investigators say samples could have been switched in a deal that enabled the Guptas to pocket R1bn from utility

Union agree wages with Eskom — as long as there is no disciplinary action

The NUM is ready to sign increases for the next three years ‘at any time’, but Eskom has lodged a mutual-interest dispute case with the CCMA

Eskom in plea over power payments

Huge debt ‘requires change in culture of nonpayment’ in townships

Cyril Ramaphosa: ‘I cannot halt power cut-offs in failing municipalities’

Ramaphosa will not intervene as businesses urge him to stop Eskom from plunging municipalities into darkness

Pravin Gordhan will not step in on Eskom standoff

Gordhan's office defers to the power utility's labour dispute process at the CCMA

Eskom investigating cause of fire at Kusile power station

Eskom has confirmed that a fire broke out at the Kusile power station on Friday night but said it had been immediately extinguished by the station’s fire team.

Eskom negotiations deadlocked — over sabotage charges, not wages

Just as a wage offer was agreed, the unions heard about Eskoms decision to charge workers for unlawful strike action, and so it’s back to the drawing board

Sub-zero power prices: traditional power plants battle a problem South Africans will envy

Worldwide, bright and breezy days are a growing problem for utilities operating traditional power plants

Obstacle in US may halt deal in Germany

The Federal Trade Commission wants Germany’s Linde and Praxair to sell more assets before it approves their deal

Solidarity accepts 7.5% wage deal with Eskom

The union says it accepted the deal to help SA’s economy by keeping the lights on

Vivo Energy awaits DRC nod for service station deal

The company needs regulatory approval before it can wrap up the purchase of more than 300 service stations from Engen Holdings

Vivo Energy declares maiden dividend, but warns of risks in Morocco

The group says the Moroccan government, under pressure from consumer activism, is mulling the re-introduction of fuel price regulation

Montauk Energy strikes biogas deal with US dairy farm

Government incentives spur the JSE-listed firm to transform cow manure into natural gas at dairy farm in California

Did auditors turn blind eye at Eskom?

Irregular expenditure at the utility has surged from R3bn in 2017 to R19.6bn

Eskom confirms power stations are operating as normal

Spokesman Khulu Phasiwe says the situation has improved from Monday and the presence of the police has helped to ease movement in and out of the stations

WATCH: What will it take for Eskom and the unions to agree?

NUM national spokesperson Livhuwani Mammburu talks to Business Day TV about its demands for Eskom

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