Medupi power plant

 
Not on to use pensions to bail out state
Not on to use pensions to bail out state
Raiding pension coffers will do little to save embattled state-owned enterprises (SOEs) or public projects experts say, after plans were announced...
Nersa to begin hearings on electricity tariffs
Nersa to begin hearings on electricity tariffs
The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa)  — which sets prices and tariffs for power utility Eskom — will on...
Gupta looters leave SA in the dark
Gupta looters leave SA in the dark
The latest round of load-shedding could have been avoided if money specifically set aside by Eskom for maintenance had not been diverted to...
Gordhan cancels Christmas break for Eskom execs
Gordhan cancels Christmas break for Eskom execs
Eskom management will be working throughout the festive season to resolve the operational challenges which have resulted in stage two electricity...
Failing Eskom cripples one and all
Failing Eskom cripples one and all
Large energy users have flagged the risk of production disruptions and, ultimately, job losses if Sunday’s load shedding, caused by Eskom’s...
SA fiddles while the world burns
SA fiddles while the world burns
Not much to do with climate change is a surprise any more. The science has been settled for half a century. Most of the people alive today were...
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.
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...
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,...
Eskom threatens fastest renewable expansion
Eskom threatens fastest renewable expansion
Opposition from Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. and government infighting threatens to sabotage the world’s fastest-growing green energy program.
Renewable energy ticks all the right boxes for SA's energy needs
Renewable energy ticks all the right boxes for SA's energy needs
Recently, the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) has made serious statements in the media about its plans to build nuclear power...

Client Media Releases

Registration continuing smoothly at UKZN
ITWeb BI summit announces four tracks
Heightened risk will characterise 2019
Study options if you performed better than expected