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26 November 2014
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Eskom says New Largo coal supply talks with Anglo back on track
COAL & POWER
Electricity utility Eskom says it and Anglo American have concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that maps out the process to be followed to enable the parties to conclude a final...
 
 
Libya's rival ruler could ban UN envoy, complicating peace talks
UNREST
Libya's rival government may forbid a UN official from entering the territory it controls, a move that could make it harder to negotiate an end to a violent struggle for power that threatens to...
 
 
Tunisia's Essebsi wins first presidential round, heads for run-off
elections
Tunisian secularist leader Beji Caid Essebsi beat incumbent President Moncef Marzouki in the first round of landmark presidential elections, but the two men will have to meet again in a December...
 
 
Dec Medupi Unit 6 sync deadline at risk, as unit interval plan comes into focus
MEDUPI PROJECT
Electricity utility Eskom has confirmed a likely further, albeit modest, slippage in the schedule for first synchronisation of Medupi Unit 6, which was scheduled for December 24, 2014. The delay is...
 
 
Operational, financial headwinds place Eskom in worst position in ‘living memory’
ELECTRICITY
State-owned electricity utility Eskom is forecasting a dramatic slump in profitability for the full-year to March 31, 2015, with CEO Tshediso Matona indicating that its profit is likely to fall to...
 
 
South Africa's economy grows 1.4% q/q in Q3
ECONOMIC GROWTH
South Africa's GDP grew by an annualised 1.4% quarter-on-quarter in the third quarter of 2014, from a revised 0.5% in the second, Statistics South Africa said on Tuesday. Africa's most advanced...
 
 
Mali confirms eighth Ebola case, monitoring 271 people
EBOLA OUTBREAK
Mali said on Monday that another person had tested positive for the Ebola virus, bringing the total number of cases in the West African nation to eight. Mali is the sixth West African country to be...
 
 
Second air strike hits airport in Libya's capital
AIRSTRIKE
An air strike hit the last functioning commercial airport in Libya's capital Tripoli for a second day running on Tuesday, residents said, as a power struggle in the oil-rich nation intensified....
 
 
 
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