South African Metalworkers’ union Numsa says president Cyril Ramaphpsa should have fired the Eskom board and CEO André de Ruyter should have been removed long ago. The union’s spokesperson Phakamile Hlubi-Majola says since De Ruyter was appointed, the country has experienced the lowest energy availability in history at Eskom, insisting that Ramaphosa is working against the interests of the very state-owned enterprises that he is legally obligated to defend and protect.
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