There’s an English phrase that churlishly mutters “credit where it’s due”. It is typically delivered begrudgingly, usually when a person or organisation you don’t like has achieved something positive.

Much-cursed Eskom, our national punching-bag, political football and wrecker of hope and dreams, is a good example. It has now managed almost a month of producing enough electricity to satisfy customer demand. So credit where it’s due?..

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