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Yolandi Groenewald

Yolandi Groenewald

    Public Protector's ABSA bailout report set aside
    Public Protector's ABSA bailout report set aside
    The Public Protector's Bankorp-CIEX report, where ABSA was ordered to pay R1.125-billion, was set aside on Friday by the Pretoria High Court.
    PIC gives Eskom R5-billion lifeline
    PIC gives Eskom R5-billion lifeline
    Eskom received a lifeline on Monday when the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) agreed to grant it a short term loan of R5-billion, to keep the...
    Eskom's chief information officer Sean Maritz suspended
    Eskom's chief information officer Sean Maritz suspended
    Eskom chief information officer Sean Maritz has been suspended pending an investigation into allegations of impropriety, the power utility said on...
    Molefe must pay back pension millions, court orders
    Molefe must pay back pension millions, court orders
    A court ordered Brian Molefe on Thursday to pay back all the pension pay-outs made to him. A full bench of judges found against Molefe and set...
    The good and bad of farming
    The good and bad of farming
    Agriculture is extremely vulnerable to climate change, but it also produces about 14% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions.
    Wildlife officials' link to hunting
    Wildlife officials' link to hunting
    Two senior Free State wildlife officials have come under scrutiny for their close relationship with the hunting industry. The relationship has put...
    SA policy sets the example at COP17
    SA policy sets the example at COP17
    South Africa hopes to impress the world with its new national climate response policy -- which has been in the making for years -- and is set to be...
    Carbon tax debate: It's about more than just hot air
    Carbon tax debate: It's about more than just hot air
    Treasury and business are set for a showdown on the proposed carbon tax that is expected to come into force early next year after Finance Minister...
    COP17: Deal or no deal?
    COP17: Deal or no deal?
    Two months before the United Nations's big climate indaba, COP17, the hardline stances of different economic blocs and countries are posing a...
    Zuma's rural project under fire
    Zuma's rural project under fire
    A rural development project in Nkandla, chaired by President Jacob Zuma, has drawn fire for being ill-conceived and for allegedly bullying...
    Kyoto at heart of brewing climate change storm
    Kyoto at heart of brewing climate change storm
    The Kyoto Protocol once again took centre stage at this week's round of climate negotiations in Panama, indicating that a fight is brewing ahead of...
    Vietnam to dispel rhino horn myths
    Vietnam to dispel rhino horn myths
    A meeting between Vietnamese and South African government delegations in Johannesburg this week revealed that the Vietnamese were completely...