There needed to be realistic expectations for the speed at which Eskom’s management would be able to “turn around the ship”, Eskom COO Jan Oberholzer said on Tuesday after announcing the resignation of the state power company’s acting head of generation, Rhulani Mathebula, on Tuesday.

Mathebula’s abrupt departure comes just six months after his predecessor, Phillip Dukashe, left the company...

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