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9th April 2010 The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) has indicated that it will continue investigations and consultations on the appropriate... →
7th April 2010 The South African government indicated on Wednesday that the proposed $3,75-billion World Bank loan for Eskom was a component of a larger... →
6th April 2010 The draft consultation paper on the second version of the integrated resource plan, or the IRP2, which will provide a power investment and... →
6th April 2010 The South African government has indicated that there is no "Plan B" to close funding gaps that could arise at Eskom's 4 800-MW Medupi power... →
2nd April 2010 In their popular book “Freakonomics”, Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner relate the story of small bagel-delivery service started by Paul Feldman, an... →
1st April 2010 South Africa remained "optimistic" that the World Bank would approve a $3,75-billion loan for State-owned power utility Eskom on April 8, 2010,... →
1st April 2010 The South African government's interMinisterial committee (IMC) on energy approved the much-anticipated "stakeholder engagement process" on... →
26th March 2010 The City of Johannesburg has released for public comment its proposed water, electricity and waste removal tariffs for the 2010/11 financial... →
26th March 2010 While the key thrust of “leveraging procurement” for industrialisation in South Africa hinges on a transition from unstructured procurement... →
19th March 2010 The iron-ore mineral right that ArcelorMittal South Africa "lost" at the Sishen iron-ore mine has been awarded to Imperial Crown Trading, the... →