Eskom will struggle to achieve the improvement it is hoping for in the performance of its power stations by the end of its financial year in March. But the efforts of its management to fight crime and corruption in its supply chains are starting to deliver results.

Eskom has begun to make progress in the “battle against crime”, said CEO André de Ruyter, who was accused in 2022 by mineral resources & energy minister Gwede Mantashe of acting too much like a policeman...

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