Mineral resources & energy minister Gwede Mantashe has doubled down on claims he made earlier this month that SA’s crippling power crisis can be fixed in under a year.

But he said that for this to happen the country would have to push ahead with the government’s controversial plans to procure about 1,200MW of power from Turkish company Karpowership...

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