Eskom suspends managers of poor-performing plants
Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., South Africa’s state-owned power company, said it has suspended the managers of two of its biggest generating plants as the country suffers record electricity outages.
Eskom suspended the managers of the Kendal and Tutuka plants and asked the acting managers of the Kriel and Duvha plants to return to their original positions, Eskom said in a reply to queries Thursday.
“This action was taken because of sustained poor performance by these plants, which require investigation pending disciplinary action,” Eskom said.
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