The Strategic Fuel Fund (SFF), which monitors and manages SA’s strategic energy feedstocks, has lost an appeal bid in a R7.6m dispute with an international monitoring company over claims of accuracy of crude oil readings.

The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) ruled the SFF had earlier entered into an arbitration agreement with monitoring company Krohne that stipulated payment to Krohne of R7.6m...

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