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Not science fiction: SA may soon have too much electricity

Promising no load-shedding this winter, Eskom says it is ahead of schedule in building new units and won’t rule out dabbling in nuclear.

Budget 2016: Relief for individual taxpayers

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has provided fiscal drag relief of R5.5-billion for individuals “focusing on lower- and middle-income earners”.

SA is in ‘extra time’ over Agoa – Rob Davies

The trade and industry minister insists SA will continue talks over the African Growth and Opportunity Act and it is for the US to "blow the whistle".

Business in plot against Zuma, says Lindiwe Zulu

Some ANC leaders say bosses manipulated the markets to topple the president and that he is under siege by capitalists and anti-Zuma campaigners.

Pravin Gordhan cautious about nuclear deal

The new finance minister insists that government will only fund projects if it has the money to do so.

Behind Nene’s firing: Meet the new boss, so different from the old one

David van Rooyen's business deals make him seem more like a small-town hustler than an impresario on the national black economic empowerment stage.

Behind Nene’s firing: Meet the new boss, so different from the old one

David van Rooyen's business deals make him seem more like a small-town hustler than an impresario on the national black economic empowerment stage.

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