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The plan by the department of mineral resources & energy to procure emergency electricity from four gas-powered power ships to relieve SA’s stressed electricity grid has hit another obstacle, with all three projects failing to get environmental authorisation.

The company, Karpowership SA, which is majority Turkish-owned, said it would appeal against the decisions, which were announced by the department of fisheries, forestry & the environment on Thursday...

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