It would be inappropriate to diminish the significance of the appointment of new nonexecutive directors to the board of Eskom. Equally, it would be naive to underestimate the odds they face to succeed in restoring the embattled power utility to its former glory as one of the top state-owned suppliers of cheap electricity in the world...

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