Ramaphosa also denied claims by some opposition parties and trade unions that the splitting of Eskom into three entities would lead to privatisation.
The president also denied claims by Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota that he was a spy and had sold out activists during a trial in the 1970s.
Ramaphosa said that when he was arrested by the security police in 1974, they wanted him to give evidence against his comrades in the Black Consciousness Movement and he had refused.
“I have never been a spy and I have never worked with the enemy,” Ramaphosa told Parliament yesterday.
The president, who was replying to the debate on his State of the Nation Address, said that there was no silver bullet to the Eskom crisis....
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