In his letter of resignation and during discussions with Eskom executives, Dukasze referred to the critical need to strike a balance in favor of his health, family and work responsibilities.

Eskom Megawatt Park. Photo by Xanderli Duki-Mahaz / Eyewitness News.

CAPE TOWN – Eskom on Monday announced that the head of her generational group, Philip Dukasche, has resigned.

In his letter of resignation and during discussions with Eskom executives, Dukasze referred to the critical need to strike a balance in favor of his health, family and work responsibilities.

It has been described as a genuine, loyal value to the power industry and the country.

Dukas’ last day will be May 31.

“We congratulate Philip for his rich legacy of dedicated leadership, honesty and excellence in serving Eskom and the country over the past 26 years, and for always standing and doing what is right and honorable,” said Eskom spokesman Sicanati. Mantshansha.

Manchansha said Dukashe had left behind a competent team to ensure the sustainability of the company’s generational division.

“Rulani Matebula will act as the group leader for the generation until the recruitment process begins. Rulani is an experienced general manager of the power plant and has served as head of the group: a generation before the appointment of Philip.

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