Eskom can’t fix systemic problems by hiking tariffs

OUTA opposes Eskom’s price applications, calling for an overhaul of the failing utility

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) has submitted objections to Eskom’s requested price increases to the National Energy Regulator (NERSA).

OUTA believes that Eskom’s woes are due… Get more

Eskom missing long-term strategy

OUTA welcomes Parliament’s Eskom report and recommendations, but the power utility’s interim financial results leave much to be desired

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) welcomes the report by the Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises on its investigation into Eskom… Get more

Eskom still paying for corrupt Gupta coal deal

Eskom still lurches through crises but clean up is encouraging

OUTA welcomes the immediate suspension of Abram Masango, Eskom executive for Group Capital on serious allegations of impropriety related to the Kusile build project.

“This is a step in the… Get more

OUTA welcomes Treasury’s report

Treasury’s recommendation of charges against those involved in irregularities at Eskom and Transnet is another milestone in the fight against state capture, says OUTA

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse welcomes the release of a National Treasury report calling for charges… Get more

Eskom coal crisis is a result of poor management

OUTA is concerned that the coal shortage is a result of corruption and poor management at Eskom

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) is perplexed and concerned about the reported coal supply crisis at Eskom. Eskom’s spokesperson today confirmed that… Get more

Appalling extent of Eskom damage emerges

Consumers will pay for years for Eskom’s failed governance as the extent of the damage from looting starts emerging.

The Eskom Integrated Report for 2018 gives a picture of a floundering entity with a loss of R2.3 billion for 2017/18,… Get more

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