Power utility Eskom is set to receive an additional 1,000MW of gas-fired energy from Mozambique as part of electricity minister Kgosientsho Ramokgopa’s plan to alleviate SA’s energy woes. 

The additional supply of power will enable the power utility to reduce load-shedding by one stage. Eskom supplies 90% of the country’s electricity but its poorly maintained coal-fired power stations often result in the entity implementing intermittent stages of load-shedding at short notice.  ..

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