This as president Ramaphosa announced the appointment of a Special Cabinet Committee on Eskom to be led by deputy president David Mabuza in Parliament on Thursday.
Picture: Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters/African News Agency (ANA) Archives Cape Town - President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed a Special Cabinet Committee, led by Deputy President David Mabuza, to deliver daily reports to him on the action needed to secure South Africa's energy supply.
Read – Load shedding this weekend: “Chances are slim to none” – says Eskom Special Cabinet Committee on Eskom to report daily This as President Ramaphosa announced the appointment of a Special Cabinet Committee on Eskom to be led by Deputy President David Mabuza in Parliament on Thursday.
He's established a special Cabinet committee to be led by his deputy David Mabuza to keep a close daily watch on the situation at Eskom.
Deputy President David Mabuza will lead the committee.
Ramaphosa also announced that he had constituted a special cabinet committee on Eskom which would be led by Deputy President David Mabuza and consist of minister of public enterprises Pravin Gordhan, minister of energy Jeff Radebe, minister of finance Tito Mboweni as well as the ministers of transport, intelligence and police.
As stakeholders and as a country, we have a common interest and collective responsibility to find sustainable solutions to the crisis at Eskom.” David Mabuza, Pravin Gordhan charged with “securing the grid” Both Deputy President David Mabuza and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan will lead a task team in charge of monitoring Eskom’s progress on a daily basis.
The cabinet task team would be led by deputy president David Mabuza and will include Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, Energy Minister Jeff Radebe, Transport Minister Blade Nzimande, Police Minister Bheki Cele and State Security Minister Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba.
But he's formed a special Cabinet committee to be led by his deputy David Mabuza to keep an eye on the entity and provide him with daily reports on what needs to be done to secure energy supply.
It is understood that the party's national rapid response team, led by deputy president David Mabuza, is expected to deliver a report this week, after travelling to the North West in a bid to broker peace.