Ramokgopa wants Eskom workers to be paid bonuses from money ‘saved’ on diesel
State-owned utility’s costs to run backup generators have soared over the past three years and it has already spent the bulk of its R30bn allocation for the current financial year
Electricity minister Kgosientsho Ramokgopa has urged Eskom to improve staff morale by resuming performances bonuses, which were halted in 2017.
It isn’t clear how these performance incentives will be structured and paid, but according to the electricity ministry the money will come from the savings on diesel...
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