A South African civil rights organisation has plans to develop small power generation modules that supply cities with power for up to 40 years.
Major groups and individuals aim to bring Eskom and the government to court over "unconstitutional load shedding", which has put South Africa on a knife's edge.
Energy experts warn South Africa's diesel supply chain is under pressure thanks to Eskom, being a net importer of fuel, and the lack of operational refineries.
Organised crime syndicates across the country are holding the economy at a knife's edge.
The National Treasury has changed how state-owned entities procure goods after years of pushback and a court order demanding alterations.