When former Eskom chair Reuel Khoza, along with four other former executives of the state-owned power utility, approached the entity’s management five years ago with solutions to resolve its ever growing list of problems, they were met with a cold shoulder, Khoza says.  

“They would not listen to us because they had other intentions about Eskom [being] one of those cows that could be milked [and] we were brushed aside with gusto,” he said on Thursday...

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