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The government’s decision to deny Eskom a postponement on implementing tighter air quality regulations at five of its power stations would negatively affect its ability to provide electricity, the state-owned utility said on Tuesday.

The decision would require the immediate shutting down of 16,000MW of installed coal-fired capacity — a third of its total installed generating capacity — even though capacity is already constrained and has resulted in repeated load-shedding...

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