Eskom COO Jan Oberholzer said on Thursday that the alleged sabotage at Eskom was carried out by people with full knowledge of the Tutuka power station in Mpumalanga.

Oberholzer told Cape Talk (http://www.capetalk.co.za/articles/369581/police-investigating-sabotage-at-tutuka-power-station-says-eskom-coo) that the sabotage was not the root of load-shedding but contributed to it. When load-shedding was implemented, 10 units were lost, he said. Five of the breakdowns were boiler tube leaks, of which two were units at Tutuka power station...

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