Eskom will not compromise on its long-term maintenance efforts, despite the heightened risk of load-shedding, which has gripped the country. 

At an Eskom state of the system briefing on Monday, Eskom COO Jan Oberholzer, said that while everyday of load-shedding was “unacceptable”, the utility remains committed to its reliability maintenance and mid-life refurbishment programme, which is expected to improve the operational performance of its fleet of power stations. ..

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