Sunday , 18 November 2018

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  • 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 ...

  • World at risk of a blackout

    World at risk of a blackout

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - IT could bring devastation on a scale greater than war and close to a nuclear attack. And Africa, India and developed countries like the United St ...

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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BLSA rejects Brown’s ‘state captured’ Eskom board

BLSA rejects Brown’s ‘state captured’ Eskom board

JOHANNESBURG - BUSINESS Leadership South Africa (BLSA) has called for a “review” of Lynne Brown’s position as Minister of Public Enterprises following the contentious retention of ...

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