Author: Agency Staff

Naspers, being heavily exposed to Chinese Internet giant Tencent, has been benefiting from an aggressive rally in Chinese equities since the third quarter of 2014, according to an analyst. Rob Price of ETM Analytics said on Tuesday that the Shanghai composite

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Eskom has implemented load shedding 26 times in the last 100 days, as it battles to keep up with its supply of electricity, data shows. South Africans have had to spend 26% of their year so far planning for a day with load shedding. Eskom has effectively cut off 43GW of electricity to

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Eskom said on Tuesday it will implement stage two load shedding from 6am, and this is likely to continue until 10pm. This follows two days of load shedding. Eskom said in a statement on Monday evening that it had stopped stage two load shedding

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While construction workers continued their stayaway at Medupi power station on Monday, the risk of load shedding throughout the week was highly likely, according to Eskom. Construction workers continued their stayaway in solidarity with

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Eskom’s plans for a possible interruption of bulk electricity supply to the top 20 defaulting municipalities is of great concern to the small business sector, the AHi business chamber said on Monday. The total municipal arrears debt greater than 30 days stood at R4,6bn as at

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Eskom has announced that stage two load shedding and load curtailment will start from 4pm on Monday and will likely to continue until 10pm. This comes after Sunday’s day of stage two load shedding and comes as Eskom pushes to finish its maintenance

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A mobile phone application, used by thousands of Johannesburg residents to report potholes, is getting extra features to help the city better cope with the problem. The Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) Find&Fix app was launched last year for Android, Windows Phone 8

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Roads agency Sanral’s inability to enforce the e-toll policy in Gauteng and growing public anger and civil disobedience have resulted in monthly e-toll revenue collection of about R60m by the end of February 2015, with not even 23% of users paying for the use of the

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The South African Post Office’s annual rates increase has occurred without much publicity both through the media and at Post Office branches around South Africa. The increases took effect on 1 April, with most basic postal services increasing by

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