The JSE is dragged down by an extended mining rout amid a sharp drop in the copper price, attributed to production cuts in Chile and Indonesia
Provinces are allocated 43.4% of state funds, and we should watch closely how they spend them, write Bhavna Ramji and Tebogo Sephakgamela
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi "displayed incompetence in carrying out her responsibility as shareholder representative."
The EFF leader appeared in the Newcastle Magistrate’s Court, over calls for people to occupy land
Barclays Africa CEO Maria Ramos speaks about a tough operating environment, pressure for transformation in the sector and the separation from Barclays Plc
The Department of Energy says the rand appreciated against the dollar leading to a lower contribution to the basic fuels price
The Beverage Association of SA welcomes the small respite for drinks manufacturers and importers in Pravin Gordhan budget
Germany may refocus its economic policy towards Asia given Trump’s pursuit of protectionism, as China pushes past the US and France
Returning flyhalf becomes youngest captain of Bulls
A 250% hike in royalty fees to a performers’ rights organisation means no Rihanna or Beyoncé but plenty of Glen Miller, Mozart and some foxtrot
The National Energy Regulator of SA is wary of Eskom's regulatory clearing account mechanism after court ruling throws it into doubt
The smaller amount is due to the base adjustments made in prior years owing to the approved regulatory clearing account balances for Eskom‚ Nersa says
Pravin Gordhan’s budget makes no mention of nuclear procurement because ‘the process at Eskom is still in its early stages’
Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse wants the Competition Commission to fine and unbundle the utility due to its monopolistic behaviour
The Africa Energy Indaba hears Inga 3 hydropower project and associated infrastructure development is possible with political vision and will
The energy producer says there was no production damage by tropical cyclone Dineo to SA customers’ only source of natural gas
The power utility says negotiations are on track with New Development Bank and the African Development Bank for loans that underpin renewable energy expansion
The Financial Mail today publishes the unsanitised version of one of the earliest versions of the notorius Dentons report.
Eskom caused alarm in the sector in July 2016 when it said it would not sign on any more IPPs to the grid because of concerns about affordability
Industry body says President Jacob Zuma’s statement in the state of the nation address is clear sign of support for the renewable energy programme.
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