Carte Blanche brought a new angle on the load shedding.
The angle was that it was a coal supply problem, and that power stations do not have sufficient coal stock-plies to meet demand.
The helicopter footage proved that this is a real possibility.
Question is where is the coal.
If it is not at the power stations, because of BEE transport problems, then in theory it must be still at the mines. Or is it ?
If the coal mines are not getting rid of the coal production quick enough, then I think we would have heard of that by now.
Perhaps the coal has been "diverted" to the Richards Bay Coal Terminal, and is already in export for much more profit than supplying to Eskom.