President Cyril Ramaphosa made some moves in the right direction in terms of Eskom and SA’s electricity crisis during his state of the nation address, but stopped short of what was required, DA leader John Steenhuisen said on Thursday.

Ramaphosa delivered his fourth state of the nation address after a delay of almost an hour and a half due to disruptions by the EFF, which resulted in the sitting being suspended for a short while...

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