SA, France and Germany have signed loan agreements for the two European countries to each extend €300m concessional financing (about R10bn in total) to SA to support the country’s efforts to reduce its reliance on coal in the energy sector.

The loans are provided by the French and German public development banks, AFD and KfW directly to the SA government via the Treasury...

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