However, earlier yesterday, the ANC's chairperson of its economic transformation committee, Enoch Godongwana, said this was untrue.
"In so far as it comes to restructuring of state-owned enterprises, that discussion has taken place among all of us and some of us were called in as part of that discussion," said Godongwana.
Chairperson of communications sub-committee and ANC national executive committee member Nkenke Kekana said it was natural for alliance partners not to see eye to eye when it comes to making key decisions in the government.
"From time to time, there will be differences of emphasis, but generally speaking, our boats are sailing in the same direction. There are points of emphasis where we will differ," Kekana said.
He said Cosatu will talk about safeguarding jobs.
"We will say let's safeguard jobs but let's also create jobs.
"The Communist Party may talk about issues affecting the left but it does not mean there is conflict between these three parties that are in alliance."
The SACP said it didn't support the privatisation of Eskom and said the parastatal finds itself in crisis as a result of poor policy decisions, state capture and other forms of corruption.