As part of Treasury’s agreement with Eskom for the provision of R254bn in debt relief, the state-owned power utility will not be allowed to undertake any capital expenditure on new “greenfield generation projects” during the debt-relief period.

In addition, Eskom, Treasury and the department of public enterprises will design a mechanism to allow “extensive private participation” in the building of new transmission infrastructure...

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