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The inclusion of the private sector to play a major role in resolving the country’s energy crisis as outlined in the plan to end load-shedding presented by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday has been widely welcomed by business leaders.

But one of the unions representing the power utility's workers said the plan left the impression that the government is “in a rush to facilitate the privatisation of Eskom”...

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