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Can electric cars save Eskom?

Eskom’s new board of directors and executive team should embrace the electric car as one long-term solution to the challenge of falling demand that is the most fundamental obstacle the state utility grapples with as it struggles


TalkCentral: Ep 200 – ‘Double century’

Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg celebrate the 200th episode of TalkCentral. In the podcast this week, they chat about the dramatic fall in EOH’s share price and why it happened. Also this week, MultiChoice’s troubles over its channel supply


Koos Bekker vs Yunus Carrim

Given the explosive allegations made in the last two weeks regarding the basis for the contract between ANN7 and Naspers’s subsidiary MultiChoice, Moneyweb attempted to get the previous communications minister, Yunus


Keeping your Uber driver waiting? Then pay up

If you keep your Uber driver waiting, you’ll now have to cough up for the privilege. Uber South Africa said on Monday that it is introducing a feature called “paid wait time”, meant to maximise productivity for


SA legal-tech company Libryo to go global

Libryo, a Cape Town- and London-based legal-tech start-up, has secured US$1m in seed funding, and has plans to expand its business and product into new global markets. Libryo, which was co-founded in 2016


Eskom must sign renewables deals by October

Eskom will sign delayed power-purchase agreements with independent producers by the end of October, but not before pricing on the deals is renegotiated, energy minister Mmamoloko Kubayi said. The


SA not ready for electric cars

The smooth and silent experience that comes with driving an electric vehicle is quite contrary to the progress South Africa has made in effectively implementing appropriate infrastructure to support vehicle

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