President Cyril Ramaphosa recently reflected on Eskom's decision to plunge South Africa into various stages of rolling blackouts in his weekly newsletter.
Former Eskom CEO Matshela Koko has made it clear that he will not work for the power utility or any state-owned company if the current government is in charge.
Wage negotiations between Eskom and trade unions Num and Numsa are still ongoing despite the Minister of Public Enterprises saying a deal has been reached.
The Democratic Alliance says that the national government, which is led by the African National Congress, should not be in charge of Eskom due to loadshedding.
South Africa's state-owned power utility has warned that loadshedding could be implemented at higher stages if employees continue to protesting over wages.
State-owned power utility Eskom says loadshedding will be implemented from Monday, 20 June until Thursday 23 June due to a shortage of generation capacity.