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1 March 2015
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Gauteng housing strategy to target ‘mega’ human settlements
HOUSING
The Gauteng Provincial Government has outlined plans to develop a handful of “mega” human settlements as part of an ambitious long-term housing development strategy aimed at narrowing the housing...
 
 
Eskom imposes same 10% reduction stipulation on neighbouring countries
ELECTRICITY
While State-owned power utility Eskom was unable to cut off electricity supply to some of its neighbouring trade partners, it was able to reduce energy exports by 10% when load shedding was...
 
 
AU observers upbeat about Lesotho polls
ELECTIONS
Regional observer missions are hopeful Lesotho's much anticipated elections will proceed smoothly when more than 1.2-million Basotho go to the polls to choose a new government on Saturday. The...
 
 
Deputy President confident in Lesotho's elections
ELECTIONS
SADC Facilitator and South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has extended his best wishes to all political parties and the people of Lesotho ahead of Saturday’s polls. "We express our...
 
 
Greenpeace takes Energy Minister to court
ENERGY
Greenpeace has filed papers in the High Court in Pretoria to try and compel Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson to update the country's nuclear liability regulations, it said on Friday. The fact...
 
 
AfDB supports more countries to advance climate-smart initiatives
RENEWABLES
Through its climate investment fund (CIF), the African Development Bank (AfDB) now supports one regional and 25 national investment plans across Africa.
 
 
Investment appetite in South Africa weak, says chamber
TRADE
Foreign direct investment in South Africa this year is likely to scale down as a result of dampened investment appetite, exacerbated by a lack of policy certainty, South African-Germany Chamber of...
 
 
Medium to high risk of power cuts
ELECTRICITY
No blackouts were scheduled for Friday, Eskom said. "The system is collectively stable at the moment with a medium to high possibility of load shedding. The reason being we still have not recovered...
 
 
 
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