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TGer­ald Mn­gadi Mos­sel­bay, Western Cape he turn­around at Eskom looked im­pos­si­ble when Brian Molefe took over and I feared for his rep­u­ta­tion. He did it! He must be re­tained to com­plete the projects and plan the de­com­mis­sion­ing of parked/moth­balled power sta­tions. Well done! Ephraim Sibiya Male­lane, Mpumalanga Molefe de­serves credit. He res­cued Eskom from tat­ters. On the other hand, his move to Eskom has killed Transnet. I fully sup­port Brian. David Hlabyago Lim­popo To me, Brian, over and above his aca­demic achieve­ments, is just street­wise. He has the abil­ity to in­ter­act and co­op­er­ate with his work­ers. I think we need him to share or train some of the CEOs who are fail­ing the in­sti­tu­tions they have been sec­onded to or de­ployed to run. I wish him all the suc­cess with his fu­ture achieve­ments. Zwivhuya Seth Madi via SMS Brian Molefe did a great job. We even for­got that there was load shed­ding. He de­serves a R6 mil­lion Christ­mas bonus. Mon­wabisi Glad­man Mk­wai via SMS Molefe de­serves credit, if only for his loud and clear vi­sion: min­imise load shed­ding while catch­ing up on the main­te­nance back­log.

When he was ap­pointed CEO, he did not hes­i­tate to ap­point his ex­ec­u­tive; he was de­ci­sive and went for ex­pe­ri­ence; he em­pow­ered the power sta­tion man­agers and held them ac­count­able. Re­sults fol­lowed. N Mab­ula via SMS Brian should take all the credit for fix­ing Eskom. Ge­orge Ward via SMS After read­ing your News­maker ar­ti­cle, I’d say: Luck has got noth­ing to do with it (al­most like Tina Turner’s song about love). Good luck, Brian! And keep the home fires burn­ing brightly, please. Gab Taukobong Ga-Rankuwa, Gaut­eng Luck has noth­ing to do with Brian’s as­cen­dancy and suc­cess at Eskom. His CV and suc­cesses speak vol­umes. To even sug­gest luck reeks of envy and thought­less­ness. David Moino At­teridgeville, Gaut­eng I think credit must be given where it is due. Brian has done a tremen­dous job since tak­ing over as CEO in terms of en­sur­ing that there is no load shed­ding for such a long pe­riod. He has done well and de­serves credit for en­sur­ing the lights stay on. Keep up the good work, Brian Molefe! El­iz­a­beth Ivy Smit Klerks­dorp, North West Yes! Brian is the man. We must give him all the credit he de­serves. It just shows that plac­ing ex­perts in the rel­e­vant po­si­tions pays div­i­dends. Pure com­mon sense, re­ally.

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