Wednesday , 23 January 2019

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  • Maize soap and mixed views at climate summit

    Maize soap and mixed views at climate summit

    from ANDRZEJ KOWALCYK in Katowice, Poland  KATOWICE - It was never going to be easy holding a United Nations climate-change meeting in a country that gets 80 per cent of its energy ...

  • AMG throws Zimbabwe economic lifeline

    AMG throws Zimbabwe economic lifeline

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG - ZIMBABWE has received some reprieve after a gold medallion company based in neighbouring South Africa pledged to  finance the procurement of scar ...

  • Industry 4.0 a chance to plug the gender gap

    Industry 4.0 a chance to plug the gender gap

    by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG - THE fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) has emerged as an opportunity to bridge the gender gap. This revolution is anticipated to have an imp ...

  • SADC rail revival spurs intra-Africa trade

    SADC rail revival spurs intra-Africa trade

    by GIFT NDOLWANE  JOHANNESBURG - AFTER years lying derelict owing to a snub by some governments in the region, the railway sector has bounced back as a key component of promoting i ...

EXCLUSIVE: US defends “sovereignty” of African states in use of coal and gas

EXCLUSIVE: US defends “sovereignty” of African states in use of coal and gas

from SCOTT COURIER in Washington, United States WASHINGTON - THE lack of electricity in Africa has become a factor in Washington’s “war on terror” Good news millions who live off ...

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Billions invested in renewable energy to address SA power deficit

Billions invested in renewable energy to address SA power deficit

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Pofadder, Northern Cape POFADDER - GOVERNMENT and the private sector are investing billions of rands as South Africa makes the most of its abundance in ren ...

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Africa Utility Week awards winners announced

Africa Utility Week awards winners announced

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG – SOUTH African Professor, Roland Schulze, has received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his prominent role in hydrological and applied climate change ...

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Potential ‘Marikana’ feared in renewable energy sector

Potential ‘Marikana’ feared in renewable energy sector

by ALICESTINE OCTOBER in Cape Town CAPE TOWN, (CAJ News) – FAILURE to include and inform local communities about multibillion-rand renewable energy projects could result in deadly ...

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Expert forecasts collapse of South Africa’s energy grid

Expert forecasts collapse of South Africa’s energy grid

by STAFF REPORTER CAPE TOWN, (CAJ News) - WHILE the beleaguered South African power utility, Eskom, projects playing a bigger role in the continent, an energy expert has painted a ...

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Catching them young to end SA paraffin-related deaths 

Catching them young to end SA paraffin-related deaths 

by GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG - EVERY year, mostly in winter, poor South Africans who rely on paraffin as their only source of energy continue to be exposed to shack-related fires ...

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Kids mostly killed in deadly SA power theft

Kids mostly killed in deadly SA power theft

by MTHULISI SIBANDA in Thaba Nchu, Free State THABA NCHU, (CAJ News) - AT least three people have been killed and four others injured over the past year as a result of illegal and ...

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Eskom counts the cost of illegal Khutsong power connections

Eskom counts the cost of illegal Khutsong power connections

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - KHUTSONG, the restive township west of Johannesburg, synonymous with widespread unrest over service delivery, has emerged as the epicent ...

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SA motorists brace for more fuel hikes

SA motorists brace for more fuel hikes

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH African motorists will have to fork out more for petrol following increases in the fuel and Road Accident Fund (RAF) levies, which Finance Min ...

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SA motorists brace for more fuel hikes

SA motorists brace for more fuel hikes

JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH African motorists will have to fork out more for petrol following increases in the fuel and Road Accident Fund (RAF) levies, which Finance Minister, Malusi Gi ...

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