Two articles in last weekend’s Business Times aptly reveal the absurd nature of SA’s energy narrative. In the first, Thungela Resources CEO July Ndlovu opines: "Coal doesn’t have to be always dirty: it can be made cleaner depending on [your] technology choices."

The second, headlined "SA must go green or lose investors", delves into a new report from JPMorgan flagging the risks to SA’s competitiveness posed by Sasol and Eskom and by our inability to implement policies to mitigate climate risks...

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