While many South Africans are yet to adjust to the news of a possible loadshedding stage 5 and 6, Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe said load shedding could end within the next six months.

Speaking on Radio 702 on Tuesday, Hadebe explained: “It will be something that we will be working on to conclude at least for six months or so. After six months, it [load shedding] will be far less than where we are”.

However, a new report has exposed the behind the scene politics happening at ESKOM.

There no shortage of coal at Eskom. This load shedding crisis is deliberately created to loot the money invested by foreign governments

Below are the analysis of how money have been pumped into ESKOM to end the shortage of coal.

12 July 2018 – Ramaphosa together with Jeff Radebe and Patrice Motsepe goes to Saudi Arabia and the Saudis invest $10 billion at Eskom.

24 July 2018 – Eskom signs a R33 billion loan with China Development Bank.

4 November 2018 – Eskom shuts down two power plants claiming diesel shortages.

12 November 2018 – Eskom issue out a statement that load shedding will be back because they are running out of coal.

15 Nov 2018 – Minister of Energy Jeff Radebe leads the interviews for the National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) position.

29 November 2018 – Eskom needs a R5 billion bailout.

30 November 2018 – Eskom issues out a tender advert for the supply of diesel and it closes on 3 December 2018. It was advertised on Friday and it closed on Monday.

Now wait for it:

01 December 2018 – Patrice Motsepe who went to Saudi Arabia with Ramaphosa donates R3.5 billion for now the land reform that was land expropriation without compensation.

04 December 2018 – Cyril Ramaphosa announces new NDPP Shamila Batohi.

05 December 2018 – Middelburg Chamber of Commerce CEO Anna-Marth Ott says there’s no shortage of coal at Eskom. Eskom is not collecting coal for reasons unknown.

What is happening here??

~There is no shortage of coal at Eskom. This load shedding crisis is deliberately created to loot the money invested by foreign governments.

Look at the diesel tender advertised by Eskom over to the weekend and closed on a Monday.

Again they are making way for IPPs while looting and bankrupting Eskom in order to later privatize and buy it at a fraction of its worth.

Is the R3.5 billion donation from deputy Mandela money channelled through his benefiting from IPPs a scheme to compensate white land owners, should we expect more of these donations from deputy Mandela, is deputy Mandela’s involvement in IPPs a strategy to channel money for their land reform?

Why did Jeff Radebe, the minister of Energy lead and conduct interviews for the appointment of the head of National Director of Public Prosecutions? Why were the interviews not chaired by the minister of Justice? Will these people currently looting through load shedding at Eskom and the real state capturers be ever prosecuted if the NDPP is head hunted by the Sbari United Front (SUF)?

The money invested and loaned from foreign governments is not meant for Eskom but is meant to enrich few elite individuals like the SUF and the foreign companies from the foreign governments that invested the money.

#VukaDarkie.

Stuur uit dat die land kan weet.

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While many South Africans are yet to adjust to the news of a possible loadshedding stage 5 and 6, Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe said load shedding could end within the next six months. Speaking on Radio 702 on Tuesday, Hadebe explained: “It will be something that we will be working on...