South Africa: Could Eskom crisis threaten the ANC’s grip on power?


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Issue 469 - 03 Oct 2022 - By Jon Marks | 7 minute read

South Africa has many problems, stemming from the enduring legacies of apartheid and the fallout of more recent misrule, but could it be load-shedding and the perpetual crisis at state utility Eskom that finally ends the African National Congress (ANC)’s control of the state?

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