Monthly Archives: January 2018

Eskom starts slow, grueling turnaround

Eskom’s Interim Financial Statements (IFS) to September 2017 raise both hope and concern, following years of mismanagement that has left Eskom with a massive debt and a compromised liquidity position. However, the recent turn of events after the appointment of… Get more

New Board gives hope for Eskom turnaround

The appointment of a new Eskom Board with credibility, business acumen and experience provides OUTA with hope that this critical state-owned entity can be salvaged, however a lot has still to be done.

“We welcome the change in leadership and… Get more

Proposed Drought Levy flawed due to cooperative governance glitches – OUTA

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) has finalised its Drought Levy submission and comments to the City of Cape Town and, aside from the numerous concerns raised in this, believes the City’s proposed Drought Levy is the result of failed cooperative governance and the City’s failure to hold the national authorities to account. Get more