Cape Town - The Eskom crisis faces attention from members of Parliament with the public representatives set to grill the bosses of the power utility.
The programming committee heard that Eskom’s senior officials will appear before the public enterprises committee on Tuesday.
Eskom has recently received an injection of R59 billion as it faces a cash crunch.
This was an emergency provided by government after it realised the power utility would not be able to operate if there was no money from the fiscus.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has said part of the conditions for Eskom’s bailout was that it would sell some of its non-core assets. He said the power utility would have to sell its loan book and get R10bn.