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Ramaphosa Approves Collaborative Agreement Between Ministers to Tackle Eskom Crisis

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President Cyril Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa has given the green light to a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan and Minister of Electricity Kgosientsho Ramokgopa, aimed at clarifying their respective roles and working together to address the ongoing crisis at Eskom.

The MoU is designed to establish a collaborative approach between the two ministers in carrying out their duties and functions to effectively tackle the electricity crisis and improve the situation at Eskom.

President Ramaphosa expressed his support for the agreement, acknowledging the progress made in reducing load shedding while emphasizing that there is still much work to be done to ensure a reliable supply of electricity. He believes that the collaborative approach outlined in the MoU will further strengthen efforts to resolve the crisis at Eskom.

The MoU outlines specific responsibilities for the Minister of Electricity, including a focus on addressing all aspects of the electricity crisis, exercising authority over the Eskom Board and management, improving generation capacity, and overseeing the implementation of the Eskom Generation Recovery Plan, among other duties.

On the other hand, the MoU includes responsibilities for the Minister of Public Enterprises such as remaining the shareholder representative of Eskom, supporting the Minister of Electricity in interactions with the Board, and steering the restructuring of Eskom in line with the Eskom Roadmap.

Furthermore, the MoU provides for regular review meetings between the ministers to address any issues in its implementation, as well as regular review meetings with the President.

The Energy Action Plan, announced in July 2022, aims to end load shedding and achieve energy security in South Africa. The MoU will remain in effect until the end of the current administration.




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