Asset management firm Stanlib is open to funding Eskom’s ambitious plan to build 14,000km of transmission lines over the next decade to allow for the injection of more sources of generation into the grid.

The company, with about R600bn assets under management, on Thursday launched its Khanyisa Energy Transition Fund, which is meant to mobilise capital — initially to finance SA’s energy transition needs and later those of the rest of the continent...

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