The fate of the Turkish-owned floating gas power ships deal for the largest share of SA’s emergency power procurement round awarded in 2021 remains uncertain.

At a press conference on Friday, electricity minister Kgosientsho Ramokgopa reiterated his stance that the 20-year power ship agreements had to be cut  to a maximum of five years. But they “haven’t had that conversation” yet with Karpowership, said Ramokgopa...

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