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It’s mine, all mine
It’s mine, all mine
South Africa is open for business and the government is committed to ensuring the mining industry has a stable regulatory and policy environment....
Communities say Eskom tariff increase will make the cost of living unbearable
Communities say Eskom tariff increase will make the cost of living unbearable
Communities in Cape Town have made pleas to the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) asking it to not grant Eskom annual tariff...
Corruption, state capture behind Eskom's downfall, Nersa hears
Corruption, state capture behind Eskom's downfall, Nersa hears
Political meddling, state capture and corruption at Eskom were among the players leading to the power utility's crisis, the National Energy...
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...
Your guide to surviving 2019
Your guide to surviving 2019
Chances are 2019 will be better than 2018, during which the economy contracted for at least two quarters. It is projected to grow, although not...
Eskom tariff hikes will deepen pain
Eskom tariff hikes will deepen pain
Eskom’s latest request for a 15% tariff hike each year for the next three years, on top of revenue clawbacks, means rising electricity prices are...
State-fixed prices cause major pain
State-fixed prices cause major pain
Administered prices have been increasing well above inflation recently, hurting consumers and businesses alike, eliciting promises from President...
We’ll pay Eskom, not municipality
We’ll pay Eskom, not municipality
While 96 municipalities across the country are scrambling to negotiate payment agreements with Eskom for overdue bills that amount to R27.8-billion, local businesses are fighting to pay Eskom directly, bypassing the municipalities, in a bid to keep the local economies going....
Regulations may dim a solar dawn
Regulations may dim a solar dawn
On Thursday, June 28, Sola Future Energy chief executive Dominic Wills was just outside Clanwilliam worryingly texting his colleagues.
Eskom posts R2.3bn loss, R19bn in irregular expenditure
Eskom posts R2.3bn loss, R19bn in irregular expenditure
Eskom suffered a net loss of R2.3-billion in 2018, the state-owned power producer revealed at it financial results presentation on Monday.
Emerging markets in trade war crossfire
Emerging markets in trade war crossfire
The rand took a beating this week as it reached lows last seen six months ago and edged dangerously close to the R14-to-the-dollar mark. Experts...
Jo’burg cash flow under a microscope
Jo’burg cash flow under a microscope
It was third time lucky for Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba, who finally managed to get the City of Johannesburg’s 2018–2019 budget approved....

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