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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 ...

MTN winning the war against vandals

MTN winning the war against vandals

by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – NO less than 240 people have been arrested and over 1 200 batteries recovered during a crackdown on criminals targeting MTN South Africa eq ...

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Pessimism over SA’s recovery from junk status

Pessimism over SA’s recovery from junk status

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa must speedily implement business-friendly legislation, as part of economic reforms, if it is to pull itself out ...

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Eskom retrenches thousands, no bonus for bosses

Eskom retrenches thousands, no bonus for bosses

by AKANI CHAUKE  JOHANNESBURG – ESKOM, South Africa's power utility has cut its workforce by 2 000 this year in an effort to control costs and service its multibillion rand debt. ...

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Tough questions for CEO at beleaguered Eskom

Tough questions for CEO at beleaguered Eskom

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG – THE country’s embattled power utility and the future of South Africa’s energy sector will be under the spotlight at the upcoming Digital African ...

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South Africa’s energy future’s looking bright

South Africa’s energy future’s looking bright

by TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - THE Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) offers South African a fantastic opportunity to transform its current power system into one of the most susta ...

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Industry excited over latest SA gas recoveries

Industry excited over latest SA gas recoveries

by DION HENRICK  CAPE TOWN - THE discovery of another significant gas condensate offshore South Africa further positions the continent as a global and competitive gas frontier. It ...

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Cape bus firm leads green energy revolution

Cape bus firm leads green energy revolution

by DION HENRICK CAPE TOWN – ONE of South Africa’s largest bus companies is now a net producer of green energy. Golden Arrow Bus Services, the largest operator in Cape Town, has ac ...

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Digital Energy Festival for Africa embraces 5IR

Digital Energy Festival for Africa embraces 5IR

by TINTSWALO BALOYI  JOHANNESBURG - THE fifth industrial revolution (5IR) has been the prevailing theme as the Digital Energy Festival for Africa kicked off on an inspiring and op ...

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Gender equality at digital energy festival

Gender equality at digital energy festival

by TINTSWALO BALOYI  JOHANNESBURG – THE momentous Digital Energy Festival for Africa will focus on the role of energy access in changing women’s lives across the continent. The fe ...

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SA post-COVID economic recovery plans unveiled

SA post-COVID economic recovery plans unveiled

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa will commit R100 billion ($5.8 billion) to create over 800 000 job opportunities, embark on a massive infrastructure drive and figh ...

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