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Tuesday, March 14, 2023

Minister of electricity, Kgosientsho Ramokgopa, wears R4M designer watch

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Minister of electricity, Kgosientsho Ramokgopa, wears R4M designer watch. (Read More Here).

Minister of Electricity Kgosiento “Sputla” Ramakgopa is known for his electrifying dance moves. He’s also known for his expensive taste in fashion, particularly designer watches.

Earlier this week, the Minister of Electricity went viral for his dance moves and his beautiful young bride, with whom he has a 13-year age gap. And social media users are hoping he brings the same electric energy and youthfulness to his new position.

But the company faced criticism because the proposed 20-year power-purchase agreement was estimated to cost the country over R200 billion. Moreover, the Department of Forestry, Fisheries and Environment (DFFE) had denied it environmental authorisation. It relaunched its application for environmental authorisation, and a decision is due on Tuesday. The DFFE has not yet confirmed whether a decision has been made.

Apart from multi-million rand watches, the minister also has a flair for sophisticated fashion.

In pics posted on his social media account, the minister – casually named Sputla – shows off his looks, made by a local designer.

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday night announced Ramokgopa's appointment to focus on resolving the energy crisis.

"The person appointed, Dr Ramokgopa is a capable human being. That is a step in the direction of resolving the energy crisis," Mantashe said. He said the work of the minister would be complementary to that of the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy in addressing load shedding.

The biggest source of load shedding is the low energy availability factor (EAF) of Eskom's power plants, Mantashe said. The EAF for the year-to-date is 53%, but the target for the end of the financial year - 31 March - is 60%.

Mantashe believes the electricity minister will be focused on improving the EAF. The new minister's focus will also be on emergency procurement. "That means not ruling out Karpowerships that have been pushed from pillar to post in South Africa," Mantashe said.

The Turkish company was named a preferred bidder in the Risk Mitigation IPP Procurement Programme (RMIPPPP). It was to supply 1 220MW of energy out of the 2 000MW to be procured through the programme.

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