This week Eskom commemorates its 100th anniversary, but it does so at a time when there is little to celebrate.

New revelations about rampant crime and corruption at the utility come at a time when SA is suffering from the worst power cuts the country has experienced since 2007 when demand for electricity started exceeding supply...

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