Government is still analysing details of a $8.5-billion financing package offered by rich Western nations last year to help the country shift away from coal.
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Since 2015, government has granted waivers from emissions limits to Eskom and Sasol. The impact on people’s health and the environment has been grim.
Envoys from some of the world’s richest nations have met with South African cabinet ministers to discuss a climate deal that could see billions of dollars flowing in the country.
Eskom and Sasol, South Africa’s two biggest polluters, must comply with emission limits even if it costs them tens of billions of rand, environment minister Barbara Creecy said.
Gauteng will spend R123m in 2015 to subsidise an e-toll fees gap which occurred as a result of the reduced user charge dispensation, it announced on Tuesday. Finance and e-government MEC
The Gauteng department of finance has launched an online invoice service targeting government suppliers that cuts invoice submission time to provincial government departments from 60 days to
The Gauteng provincial government has revealed more details about its plans to wire up the province to broadband. It is starting the project by connecting its core sites to a 1 600km fibre network. The province has also announced plans