Eskom spokesperson throws in the towel, claiming it's been a warzone

Eskom spokesperson throws in the towel, claiming it's been a warzone

Eskom spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe has resigned from the power utility. Phasiwe announced that he would be leaving his position at the end of the month, adamant that he had done his best to serve both his company and his country.

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Eskom spokesman Khulu Phasiwe has resigned, announcing that he would be washing his hands of the entity at the end of April.

Phasiwe had announced his resignation on WhatsApp quoting a Bible verse essentially saying that he had been 'poured out like a drink offering' and that his departure is imminent.

Nevertheless, Phasiwe feels that he has 'fought the good fight', serving both South Africa and Eskom to the best of his abilities.

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The spokesman for the embattled entity now wants to take some time to centre himself, saying that:

"I did my best to serve our company and our nation, and I would like to take some time off to relax and recharge, no pun intended."

News24 reported that the spokesman had likened the situation at Eskom to that of a warzone and that he needed time to recover before attempting to move on to new opportunities.

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This was evidently more than Phasiwe could manage, having been involved in communications and media for almost two decades.

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