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Sasol executive pay to be linked to emissions?
Sasol executive pay to be linked to emissions?
It seems like just yesterday that shareholder activists pitched at Sasol’s annual general meeting in November 2018 to challenge the company on...
Two power zombies just won’t die
Two power zombies just won’t die
Think of them as zombies that refuse to die. In 2010, the integrated resource plan (IRP) called for 6 000 megawatts of coal-fired electricity to...
Beyond baobabble, toil & trouble
Beyond baobabble, toil & trouble
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni, no doubt frustrated at the somnolence of the economy and a noticeable lack of ideas to regenerate it, last week...
NGOs sue government, Ramaphosa over Mpumalanga’s ‘deadly air’
NGOs sue government, Ramaphosa over Mpumalanga’s ‘deadly air’
The South African government is being taken to court for continued air pollution in the Highveld Priority Area, which spans Mpumalanga. This part...
Can Eskom keep lights on in a low-carbon economy?
Can Eskom keep lights on in a low-carbon economy?
We are told that Eskom needs new investment in coal mines to keep the lights on even while our banks, reading from a different script, are saying...
Mining watchdogs under attack
Mining watchdogs under attack
There is a mine in my area. You might think that my village is well off because of it and that we have high employment levels, thriving businesses,...
Parliament asked to probe Mokonyane about mine’s water-use licence for wetland
Parliament asked to probe Mokonyane about mine’s water-use licence for wetland
Nature conservationists in Mpumalanga have turned to Parliament in their attempt to preserve 14 300 hectares of wetland known for its birdlife,...

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