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South African coal exports unimpeded by persistent Eskom load shedding, but for how long?

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09 April 2019

South African coal exports unimpeded by persistent Eskom load shedding, but for how long?

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Load shedding by Eskom, South Africa’s state-owned electricity producing utility, has critics incorrectly attaching blame to coal shortages and exports. However, recent severe load shedding is due to temporary factors and more difficult-to-correct technical and structural problems. Still, load shedding is a political problem and if it persists for a long time, it could create problems for coal exporters.

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