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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