Eskom, which continues to struggle to stay afloat, has been dealt another blow with the finding that a contract it awarded for the Duvha power station did not comply with empowerment requirements.

The Broad-Based BEE (B-BBEE) Commission found that the embattled power utility failed to comply with the B-BBEE Act in awarding the tender for the Duvha power station to Chinese-owned Dongfang, which did not meet empowerment requirements...

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