Vitol launches Viva Energy float in Australia’s biggest IPO in four years

Viva, Vitol’s Australian refinery and fuel supply network, has a market capitalisation tipped at A$5bn on listing; the offer will be priced between A$2.50 and ...

Activist investor likely to have won control of US oil and gas driller SandRidge

Final votes are still being counted but Carl Icahn is expected to have won seven board seats — rejecting an offer of two of his board nominees as a compromise

Eskom confirms high likelihood of load shedding on Tuesday night

The power utility says stage 1 load shedding could well take place between 5pm and 9pm tonight due to a shortage of capacity

Eskom’s 4.7% offer a good start, say unions

Unions say they view the power utility's 4.7% proposal as an 'opening offer', suggesting they expect it to increase

SA will suffer load shedding until Eskom monopoly is broken, says Mmusi Maimane

The DA’s Natasha Mazzone says the party is working on a private member’s bill aimed at making SA’s energy sector more competitive

All our eggs are in Eskom’s breaking basket, energy expert Chris Yelland says

Load shedding is just a symptom of a deeper problem, which is the financial unsustainability at Eskom‚ Yelland says

Pravin Gordhan warns SA's economy cannot afford load shedding

Eskom dismisses claims that the power utility is using the industrial action to cover up an existing problem

WATCH: Why Nersa granted Eskom the tariff hikes it did

Nomfundo Maseti from the National Energy Regulator of SA talks to Business Day TV about the tariff increases granted to Eskom

Nersa gives Eskom only half of what it asked for

The National Energy Regulator of SA will decide only in September on how the extra tariffs will be phased in

Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe rescued from bottle-throwing workers

The CEO came under fire after receiving a memorandum of demands from workers angry over a proposed wage freeze

Workers must not pay for managers’ sins at Eskom, says Cosatu

Bring to book the culprits who looted and mismanaged the power utility, the labour federation says, as SA braces for strikes and protests

Eskom likely to move on 0% wage offer

Pravin Gordhan tells Cosatu Eskom negotiators will not return to wage negotiations with despised 0% offer

No guarantee power will stay on, Eskom now says

The power utility says it is doing its best to ensure capacity meets demand during labour unrest

WATCH: What the unions want Eskom to understand about their strike

NUM general secretary David Sipunzi, talks to Business Day TV about the rationale behind the union’s demands

Eskom vows to keep the lights on as workers plan pickets

The power utility’s workers threaten industrial action over failed pay talks

Oil behemoth Saudi Aramco plans growth in refining and petrochemicals

The world’s biggest oil producer is expanding its footprint globally by signing downstream deals and boosting the capacity

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