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In 2006 then-public enterprise minister Alec Erwin cried sabotage at the Koeberg power station, which caused months of power outages in the Western Cape.

Erwin at the time reportedly claimed a loose bolt was found in Koeberg’s Unit 1 generator. He said this was not an accident and that “any interference with any electricity installation is an exceptionally serious crime”...

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