Anathi Madubela

Reserve Bank may hike interest rates by 50 bps on Thursday

This week a spotlight is shone on a potential interest rate hike, inflation statistics and retail trade sales

Energy transition from coal will cost jobs, Mantashe says

The ‘coal fundamentalist’ energy minister says more research on cleaner coal is needed

Ramaphosa: Government working to cut red tape for registration of new power projects

Even as South Africa grapples with rolling blackouts, the president says there has been progress made in electricity generation by mining and other sectors

Mantashe sings praises of clean coal but warns it does not ‘fall from the sky’

The minister of mineral resources and energy has long defended South Africa’s continued use of coal

Mining indaba: Ten years after Marikana massacre, Anglo American step into ‘delicate’ wage negotiations

Platinum, new innovation, wage talks and Ramaphosa. A lot is happening in the mining world

Petrol price to decrease slightly from Wednesday

But the wholesale price of diesel and illuminating paraffin will go up

MTN boss says SA lost 15 years of development over spectrum delay

South Africa now has the same spectrum as neighbouring countries even though they have smaller markets

Sasol declares force majeure on exports as flood fallout takes its toll

The petro-chemicals producer said its quarterly volume outlook may also be negatively affected

Rocky road ahead ensures quality used vehicles will remain in short supply

Covid-19 and downturn in new car sales over the past two years make sourcing used cars a challenge

KZN floods: National disaster declared as inclement weather expected in other provinces

The flooding in KwaZulu-Natal that has claimed over 400 lives, destroyed billions of rands worth of roads, infrastructure and housing and displaced more than...

Trucks backed up on N3 highway because of flooding, deliveries disrupted

The Road Freight Association advises members to delay any departures towards Durban

Africa low on refineries, including oil-producer Nigeria

Because of their lack of oil refineries, African countries become vulnerable to fluctuations on global markets

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