SA is in a deep crisis and we need serious leadership before things get worse. The problem is Eskom, and the lack of solutions to deal with its problems is a clear sign that there is lack of leadership in this country. We have the office of the presidency contradicting itself, and the less said about our ministers the better. 

The unfortunate part is that the problems of our power utility also affect our economy. This means many of the matriculants who have just received their results will add to the statistics of the unemployed. This could be reduced if we had a power utility that was responsive to the needs of the economy and society at large...

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