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Unions calls for the disbanding of PetroSA board

Three different unions have made the demand, citing maladministration and irregular appointments as PetroSA reels from staggering losses

Nuclear deal would have dealt a blow to SA economy —Fuzile

The drive for nuclear energy has been cited by ratings agencies as a major reason for credit downgrades

Gas find could save PetroSA

The state’s struggling company says Total will also benefit if it piggybacks on its infrastructure

Reluctance to follow due process in nuclear, PetroSA deals says Gordhan

Pravin Gordhan says there was a reluctance to follow due process in the PetroSA-Engen and Russian nuclear deals

Dodgy diesel: Shell to quit PetroSA

The desperate state oil company’s ill-conceived bid to refine crude at its gas-to-liquid plant might be the last nail in its coffin

No end to PetroSA’s woes

​Members of PetroSA’s interim board are at loggerheads with their chairperson, Nhlanhla Gumede

Minister halts R22bn PetroSA deal

Poor planning, increased financial losses and depleting gas feedstock cited as reasons

On-off oil refinery back on the table

The minister of energy announced that an implementation framework for a new oil refinery would be finalised this year

PetroSA former board members lose bid for reinstatement

The Western Cape High Court has dismissed the former PetroSA board members’ application to be reinstated.

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