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Ramokgopa to visit Eskom Power Stations from Monday

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The Minister in the Presidency responsible for Electricity, Dr Kgosientsho Ramokgopa, is set to embark on a series of follow-up visits to Eskom power stations, starting with Arnot and Hendrina power stations in Mpumalanga on Monday.

These visits are a continuation of the initial round of visits that Minister Ramokgopa conducted upon his appointment as the Minister of Electricity in March 2023.

The main purpose of these visits is to gain additional insights into the challenges faced by the power stations.

The Ministry in the Presidency for Electricity stated that the objective of these visits is to identify and implement the necessary solutions to address the issues at Eskom.

 

This is in line with the Energy Action Plan’s goals to enhance the reliability of electricity supply and put an end to load shedding.

In the upcoming weeks, Minister Ramokgopa will be visiting Kriel and Matla power stations in Mpumalanga on Wednesday, 8 November, followed by a visit to Camdem power plant on Thursday. On Monday, 13 November, he will visit Lethabo plant in Gauteng, and on Tuesday, 14 November, he will visit Ankerling and Koeberg plants in the Western Cape.

During these visits, Minister Ramokgopa will engage with the management, unions, and workers to address their concerns and ensure a collaborative effort in finding sustainable solutions.

These follow-up visits demonstrate the government’s commitment to resolving the challenges faced by Eskom and improving the overall electricity supply reliability. By actively engaging with key stakeholders, Minister Ramokgopa aims to foster a working relationship that will lead to positive changes within the power stations.

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