On Tuesday, February 12, Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe stated that the detailed and in-depth audit of the energy company will take about three months. The audit will identify ways to further resolve the crisis in the energy sector in South Africa.
“We did an audit to identify things that need to be done and that’s why we’re able to come up with 63 outages that have to be done. We now felt that we need to get experts to go out and identify all of them so that we’re clear on what exactly needs to be done,” Hadebe said.
As it became known earlier, on Monday the energy company expressed concern about the unsatisfactory performance of the Medupi and Kusile power stations. It is reported that a problem has been identified within the generating capacity.
Today, Eskom is implementing a Stage 3 load shedding.