Almost two months have passed since the National Treasury received a report on Eskom’s operational matters, including delaying the decommissioning of some of its old coal-fired power stations, from German energy consultants vgbe.

The report has still not been released publicly. Enquiries by Business Day suggest that few, if any, of the members of the national energy crisis committee — which has to map and manage SA’s way out of the energy crisis — have had eyes on the report...

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