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  • SMEs big winners at Eskom business investment competition

    SMEs big winners at Eskom business investment competition

    By MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - REBA Chemicals, the Johannesburg-based company, has emerged the overall national winner of the 2017 Business Investment Competition ( ...

  • Expect fuel hefty increases

    Expect fuel hefty increases

    Staff Reporter JOHANNESBURG -Robust global petroleum rates and a slowly fading rand are indicating a substantial jump in the price of all petroleum types at the end of August. This ...

  • Eskom supports early childhood development

    Eskom supports early childhood development

    By STAFF REPORTER, JOHANNESBURG - EARLY childhood development (ECD) in the eastern Mpumalanga Province is set for a major improvement following a donation by the Eskom Development ...

  • IoT to turn up oil and gas sector in Africa

    IoT to turn up oil and gas sector in Africa

    By Frédéric Alran THE oil and gas industry is going through a period of unprecedented upheaval. Falling crude oil prices have weighed heavily on the sector's entire value chain, wh ...

Sandton Convention Centre scoops Best Venue at EXSA awards

Sandton Convention Centre scoops Best Venue at EXSA awards

Staff Reporter JOHANNESBURG -SANDTON Convention Centre has announced its been honoured as the Best Venue EXSA-LLENCE for second time . The annual Exhibition Industry Awards took o ...

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Stephen named Sasol GTC 2016 champion

Stephen named Sasol GTC 2016 champion

By GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - MICHAEL Stephen has emerged the overall winner of the Sasol Global Touring Car (GTC) Championship. Stephen scored 619 points compared t ...

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Energy, technology added to industry awards

Energy, technology added to industry awards

TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - THIS year’s African Utility Week Industry Awards will be bigger than ever following the addition of five more categories. These are Small-Scale Sus ...

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World Bank rates SA as suistanable energy leader

World Bank rates SA as suistanable energy leader

By TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - AN increasing number of developing countries, including South Africa, are emerging as leaders in sustainable energy with robust policies to supp ...

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Fuel levy increase to hit businesses, importers

Fuel levy increase to hit businesses, importers

GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG - THE anticipated increase in the fuel levy during the Budget Speech later this month will place importers under increased pressure in already challengi ...

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Youth supported to solve continent’s energy challenges

Youth supported to solve continent’s energy challenges

From DION HENRICK in Cape Town CAPE TOWN - EMPOWERING youth committed to solving the continent’s energy challenges will highlight the African Utility Week in Cape Town in May. Afr ...

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Rebranded forum shapes Central Africa energy’s future

Rebranded forum shapes Central Africa energy’s future

From ROSE SADOU in Yaounde, Cameroon YAOUNDE - CENTRAL Africa’s prime energy summit will return to Cameroon in November under a new name and eager to build on the success of the l ...

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Water pumps emerge on Zim forecourts

Water pumps emerge on Zim forecourts

From MARCUS MUSHONGA in Harare, Zimbabwe HARARE - ZIMBABWEAN home owners now have the added convenience of being able to fill up with purified drinking water when visiting selecte ...

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Sasol offers charities early festive cheer

Sasol offers charities early festive cheer

TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG- INTEGRATED energy and chemical company, Sasol, has handed over mobile trailers to charity organisations during the just-ended Sasol Race Day at Zwar ...

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Eskom foundation opens new doors for SMEs

Eskom foundation opens new doors for SMEs

By MTHULISI SIBANDA, recently in Richards Bay, KZN RICHARD’S BAY- WHILE small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are hailed as the engine room of South Africa’s economic growth, access ...

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