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24 November 2014
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21 Nov 2014
 
 
'You are a disgrace', Deputy Speaker tells MPs
parliament
"You are a disgrace", National Assembly Deputy Speaker Lechesa Tsenoli told MPs on Friday, after shouting broke out across the House in the final minutes of a joint sitting debate on violence...
 
 
Five mineral value-chains prioritised in South Africa’s draft beneficiation plan
BENEFICIATION
The Mineral Beneficiation Action Plan (MBAP), which is currently in draft form, should be finalised by the end of March 2015, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has confirmed. The...
 
 
SA obligated to invest in neighbours – Chinamasa
TRADE
South Africa had a moral and business obligation to aide the growth of its neighbours and Zimbabwe was moving to put its best foot forward to ensure it attracted the investment it needed to bolster...
 
 
Eskom starts loadshedding
ELECTRICITY
Eskom started with scheduled blackouts on Friday afternoon, the power utility said. "Load shedding will continue until 8pm tonight," it said in a short power update.
 
 
Mining sector reports 90% compliance as deadline to convert hostels into decent homes looms
HOUSING
Since the promulgation of South Africa’s Mining Charter in 2004, the country’s mining sector, along with government, has been working towards eradicating single-sex hostels and unsanitary rented...
 
 
20 Nov 2014
 
Signs of progress on ‘Cape-to-Cairo’ trade bloc
TRADE AGREEMENT
There were signs of progress this week on the long-awaited Tripartite Free Trade Agreement (T-FTA), which has been under discussion between the Common Market of Eastern and Southern Africa, the...
 
 
Another Majuba silo in danger of collapse – Solidarity
ELECTRICITY
Nearly a month after the catastrophic failure of the 10 000 t central coal-storage silo at its Majuba power plant, State-owned power utility Eskom could face the collapse of another silo if urgent...
 
 
Competition Commission refers another alleged collusion case to the tribunal
CONSTRUCTION
The Competition Commission would refer a case against Isipani Construction to the Competition Tribunal for its alleged involvement in collusive tendering for the building of the 2010 FIFA World Cup...
 
 
 
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