ALEXANDER PARKER: Here’s what is in the Treasury’s report on Eskom coal plants
Little surprise the report is stuck somewhere between the Treasury, the cabinet and the presidency
As part of the National Treasury’s R247bn bailout of Eskom, finance minister Enoch Godongwana attached strict conditions. Among them was the obvious stuff, such as a freeze on new debt, a freeze on pay hikes and the unbundling of the entity.
The most interesting condition demanded that Eskom seek an independent assessment of the state of 15 of its coal-powered power stations...
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