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renewable energy boards

Why renewable energy boards need a technical person

Generally, the majority of renewable energy asset boards are commercially and legally very knowledgeable, but they lack technical experience.

Anti-corruption crusader Plo Lumumba to open landmark event

Professor of Law and anti-corruption crusader, Patrick Loch Otieno (PLO) Lumumba, is the keynote speaker at the upcoming Africa Supply Chain in Action event to take place on 19 and 20 August.
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Corruption allegation: Senior Counsel clears Eskom COO

The Eskom Board has received Senior Counsel's findings into corruption allegations against the power utility's chief operating officer, Jan Oberholzer.

Fitch Ratings downgrades Eskom’s IDR to B+

Fitch Ratings has downgraded Eskom’s Long-Term Local-Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to 'B+' from 'BB-' with a negative outlook.
Two-part: Webinar of the Municipal Leaders Forum

IoDSA calls on SA government to make Eskom board fit for...

The IoDSA has repeatedly warned that government must ensure that state-owned entities have boards with the right mix of skills to fulfil their mandates.
Eskom notes that in the financial year ended March 2020 - it experienced significant operational and financial challenges, resulting in Stage 6 loadshedding.

Eskom appoints new COO to join top tier leadership

South African state-owned power utility Eskom has appointed a new Chief Operating Officer (COO) to join its top tier to achieve the Company's mandate...

Good governance needed to secure Eskom’s future

Knox Msebenzi, independent energy expert, was interviewed at African Utility Week 2018 and provided insights into the vital role of governance in Eskom's future and...

Eskom announces boost in investor confidence, raising R43bn

On Tuesday, acting Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe announced that the parastatal has raised R43 billion from the market and is expecting a comprehensive, integrated...

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