What do you do if you have one job — a complex, fraught job — and the fate of the national economy depends on it? You dive deep into the problem and immerse yourself in it, and hope you succeed despite the odds. You also get back up when you don’t, which is more often than not. 

This is how electricity minister Kgosientsho Ramokgopa has spent the past nine months. Though, from the outside, it may look as if he’s not been too successful. ..

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