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#MiguelLouw: Family disputes accused's testimony

Tasnim Dos Santos, the sister to Miguel's mother, Raylene spoke to Newswatch outside court. This after the court heard that the man accused of kidnapping and murdering Miguel Louw, allegedly killed the Sydenham boy to teach his mother a lesson.

Stay off Twitter, Gordhan warns Eskom leadership

Minister Pravin Gordhan has spoken strongly about Twitter warriors, in particular former Eskom managers who have been active on the social media platform lately. In an apparent swipe at one-time acting CEO Matshela Koko, who this week posted a series of contentious tweets, Gordhan yesterday asked that the power utility's current management team be left to do its job.

Eskom facing operational challenges, with aging infrastructure - Gordhan

The public enterprises minister says Eskom is not doing well operationally. Pravin Gordhan's been speaking at a press conference currently taking place at Megawatt Park in Johannesburg - on operational challenges at the power utility. He says we are feeling the effects of state capture and the reality that the country's operating power stations are old. He says currently, demand is higher than what Eskom is producing - adding the units that are operating at the country's two new powers stations - are not producing enough.

Eskom wants government to absorb R100-billion debt

Eskom is considering getting government to absorb R100 billion of its debt. The power utility has accumulated debt that stands at around R420 billion and its expected to accumulate over R215 billion in more debt over the next 5 years. The utility's Dikatso Mothae...

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