South Africa’s electricity minister says the country should not shy away from spending to fix their power crisis.
Kgosientsho Ramokgopa was appointed last month to the newly created role to end the worst power blackouts on record.
Ramokgopa said different interventions were needed, including investing in the capacity of the national grid and maintaining large outlays on diesel for Eskom’s emergency open-cycle gas turbines. He also mentioned the importance of investing in South Africa’s coal mines.
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