Kusile power station

 
World’s children bear the brunt of toxic air
World’s children bear the brunt of toxic air
The World Health Organisation (WHO) lists air pollution as one of the biggest burden on health.
Political expedience is the final insult to polluted Masakhane
Political expedience is the final insult to polluted Masakhane
Nomfundo Nxumalo says she sometimes experiences electric shocks from her washing line and that the clothes need another scrub if they are not...
New leaders, same goals, new stimulus
New leaders, same goals, new stimulus
In 2012, the Mail & Guardian sat down with Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel in his office at 120 Plein Street, Cape Town,...
Reason lights up new energy plan
Reason lights up new energy plan
In launching South Africa’s new blueprint for energy —the Integrated Resource Plan 2018 —Energy Minister Jeff Radebe did not mention...
China commits to more investments in South Africa
China commits to more investments in South Africa
Addressing the media during the briefing of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit held today in Pretoria, President Cyril Ramaphosa...
Eskom's R33.4bn loan deal with China Development Bank
Eskom's R33.4bn loan deal with China Development Bank
Eskom has signed a $2.5-billion government-backed loan with the China Development Bank, which will be used for construction of Kusile power...
Eskom should boost its output of in-house renewables
Eskom should boost its output of in-house renewables
South Africa has exceptionally favourable conditions for solar and wind power generation. But these sources currently only contribute
A-team hits the ground running
A-team hits the ground running
South Africa has welcomed the appointment of new and better ministers to key departments in the economic cluster. All eyes are on Nhlanhla Nene,...
Highveld Steel ticks over, gearing up to rise once again
Highveld Steel ticks over, gearing up to rise once again
Not long ago, the Highveld Steel iron plant was a place of flames, fire, thunder and lightning. Now, it’s eerie and silent, a site that is slowly...
Changes buy Eskom a tiny bit of time
Changes buy Eskom a tiny bit of time
The overhaul of Eskom’s board and promises to deal with corruption may have reopened doors to local lenders just when the utility is running out...
Flailing giant Eskom a threat to SA
Flailing giant Eskom a threat to SA
Is Eskom, and by extension the country, facing a financial reckoning? The beleaguered utility is deemed to be too big to fail, given the government’s exposure to its debt and the fact that it is the economy’s major supplier of power....
DA: Hitachi settlement proves Medupi is 'rotten to the core'
DA: Hitachi settlement proves Medupi is 'rotten to the core'
The DA on Monday said reports that power plant contractor Hitachi chose an out of court settlement to quash a corruption case against them...

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