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  • Ramaphosa blames state capture for load shedding

    Ramaphosa blames state capture for load shedding

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH African President Cyril Ramaphosa sees light at the end of the tunnel as the country grapples with severe power outages. President ...

  • Green optical networks key to viable digital economy

    Green optical networks key to viable digital economy

    by TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG – COMPANIES across all industries must utilise latest innovations to ensure they operate sustainably as the world looks to avert the wors ...

  • SA solar company wins global award

    SA solar company wins global award

    from DION HENRICK in Cape TownCAPE TOWN - NEW Southern Energy, one of South Africa's leading solar energy companies, has scooped the international Company of the Year (Business Exc ...

  • Gas arrivals bolster SA energy security

    Gas arrivals bolster SA energy security

    by TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG – THE arrival of liquefied natural gas (LNG) at the DNG Energy plant in Germiston, east of Johannesburg is hailed as a big step forward for en ...

Gas exporters endorse Africa Energy Week

Gas exporters endorse Africa Energy Week

from DION HENRICK in Cape TownCAPE TOWN - ORGANISERS of the inaugural African Energy Week (AEW) have confirmed the attendance of Yury Sentyurin, the Secretary General of the ...

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Load shedding punctures SA’s buoyant economic bubble

Load shedding punctures SA’s buoyant economic bubble

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG – WORSENING electricity supplies have put a damper on the higher - than - anticipated growth in the South African economy. South Africa’s gro ...

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Power woes overshadow SA’s COVID-19 vaccination rollout

Power woes overshadow SA’s COVID-19 vaccination rollout

by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – COINCIDENTALLY, power woes are back to haunt South Africa at a time the continent’s most advanced economy, and worst afflicted by the coronavirus (CO ...

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A story to be read with the lights off

A story to be read with the lights off

Millions across Africa live without access to the grid. A businessman from Nairobi has a plan to change that, but first he wants you to turn off the lights.from HUMPHREY KARIUKI i ...

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Huawei earmarks ICTs to cut CO2 emissions

Huawei earmarks ICTs to cut CO2 emissions

by TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG – HUAWEI believes information and communication technologies (ICTs) have the potential to reduce global carbon emissions by 20 percent o ...

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Fuel spike piles pressure on agro sector

Fuel spike piles pressure on agro sector

by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – THE rapid increase in the price of fuel is putting pressure on agriculture input costs as South African farmers harvest last summer’s crop and prepar ...

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Fuel hike adds pressure on SA agro sector

Fuel hike adds pressure on SA agro sector

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG – THE rising fuel prices are likely to add cost pressures on the South African farming sector. Lower oil prices had kept agricultural input costs ...

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R45 billion to tackle South Africa’s energy woes

R45 billion to tackle South Africa’s energy woes

by TINTSWALO BALOYIJOHANNESBURG – A multibillion-rand investment by the private sector is set to ease South Africa’s energy crisis from August next year. That is accordi ...

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Dough firm gives electricity problems the goosebumps

Dough firm gives electricity problems the goosebumps

from DION HENRICK in Cape TownCAPE TOWN – CONSUMERS of bread and similar foods are enjoying the benefits of a move by a proudly-South African company to move t ...

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Global digital buying platform pays dividends for Sasol

Global digital buying platform pays dividends for Sasol

by SAVIOUS KWINIKAJOHANNESBURG – SASOL, one of South Africa’s largest global organisations, has saved costs and enhanced procurement process after deploying the world’s largest di ...

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