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ANC national chair Gwede Mantashe and President Cyril Ramaphosa have previously defended cadre deployment
Remgro and consortium partner MSC have increased their offer to 504p per share for SA’s most valuable hospital group
The move will speed up the process of procuring additional power for the grid
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Johnson had been deserted by all but a handful of allies after the latest in a series of scandals broke their willingness to support him
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New Delhi — India said on Thursday it needed $330bn in investments over the next decade to power its renewable energy dream, but coal would remain central to its electricity generation.
The energy-guzzling country wants to raise its renewable energy capacity to 500GW, or 40% of total capacity, by 2030. Renewables currently account for 22% of India’s total installed capacity of about 357GW...
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