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President to Address Lawmakers on Energy on Thursday

SOUTH AFRICA
  • Wires confirm that President Ramaphosa is to address lawmakers on energy reform this Thursday, September 29th.
  • Recall that Ramaphosa appeared at a party event yesterday, and supposedly claimed that Eskom is “really killing us” and came under increased pressure to relieve both the Eskom CEO de Ruyter as well as the Public Enterprises Minister Gordhan.
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  • Wires confirm that President Ramaphosa is to address lawmakers on energy reform this Thursday, September 29th.
  • Recall that Ramaphosa appeared at a party event yesterday, and supposedly claimed that Eskom is “really killing us” and came under increased pressure to relieve both the Eskom CEO de Ruyter as well as the Public Enterprises Minister Gordhan.