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30 April 2017
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28 Apr 2017
Platinum's process leap given Parliamentary pep
A significantly improved platinum group metals (PGMs) processing method has been developed with the assistance of South Africa's State-owned Industrial Development Corporation (IDC), Economic...
GCIS: Statement on the Cabinet meeting of 26 April 2017
Cabinet met on Wednesday, 26 April 2017, at the Union Buildings, on the eve of the 23rd national Freedom Day celebrations. President Jacob Zuma chaired the Cabinet meeting, which welcomed the new...
Thousands trapped by fighting in South Sudan as aid agencies pull out
Tens of thousands of South Sudanese have fled their homes and are now trapped under intense sun without food, water or medical care, aid agencies said on Thursday after fierce fighting forced them...
26 Apr 2017
Opinion: Court’s ‘clean slate’ nuclear directive a big opportunity for new Energy Minister
Having been effectively directed by the Western Cape High Court to “start with a clean slate” when approaching the controversial issue of nuclear procurement, South Africa’s new Energy Minister...
SAFCEI: Judgement made on the SA government's secret trillion-rand nuclear court case
“Victory for justice and the rule of law and the people of South Africa”, is how Makoma Lekalakala of Earthlife Africa Johannesburg (ELA-JHB) summed up the court judgement. After over a year and a...
UDM: Bantu Holomisa on Nuclear deals: Western Cape High Court judgement is an indictment of a Government involved in sneaky deals
The United Democratic Movement (UDM) welcomes the Western Cape High Court ruling in favour of the case brought against Government by Earthlife Africa Johannesburg and the Southern African Faith...
OUTA: OUTA welcomes ruling to halt nuclear deal
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) welcomes Wednesday’s judgment in the Western Cape High Court to set aside Government’s irrational decision to proceed with the nuclear energy agreements...
DA says court ruling a victory for the country as it halts nuclear procurement
The Democratic Alliance (DA) on Wednesday described the Western Cape High Court ruling halting government’s nuclear procurement plans as a victory for the whole country. “The Court’s findings have...
Job losses loom at troubled Marula – Implats
Despite ongoing engagement between all stakeholders to restore operational continuity and secure the financial sustainability of the Marula platinum operation, continued community protest action...
25 Apr 2017
DMR: Godfrey Oliphant: Address by Deputy Minister of Mineral Resources, during the shale gas development information session with Western Cape community, Beaufort west, Western Cape (25/04/2017)
It gives me great pleasure to be here today in the “Capital of the Karoo" as we engage with the community of Beaufort West and surrounding areas on a very significant matter of shale gas also...
SAFCEI: Secret trillion-rand nuclear deal case judgement to be delivered
On the eve of Freedom Day at 9:45 am tomorrow, the Western Cape High Court will deliver its judgement in the nuclear deal court case brought by Earthlife-Africa Johannesburg and the Southern...
Are credit rating agencies the problem or part of the solution?
When it comes to the economic reputation of a country are credit rating agencies (CRAs) part of the problem or part of the solution? This question has received increasing focus since the 2008...
24 Apr 2017
OUTA: OUTA investigates abuse of water and sanitation grants
Following disturbing findings by the Auditor General in a special performance audit of the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS), The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) is investigating...
23 Apr 2017
Jigsaw: State should fully subsidise free University education
“The Government should as an interim intervention offer fully subsidised free university education, estimated to cost the state between R6.5 and R7.5 billion, for new 2017 university entrants...
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