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SA to add up to R50bn in renewable projects

South Africa plans to invite bidders for additional renewable power projects that may amount to as much as R50bn of investment and help stimulate local and black-owned business. The fifth bid window for 1.8GW of

SA’s renewables programme gets back on track

Energy minister Jeff Radebe has signed agreements with 27 independent power producers after more than two years of delays. The deals promise to revive South Africa’s renewable energy programme that was once the

Net1 ousted from welfare deal

The Post Office will take over the distribution of welfare grants from current service provider Net1 UEPS Technologies, minister in the presidency Jeff Radebe said on Sunday. The agreement between the South Africa

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The contenders to succeed Zuma

The battle to replace South African President Jacob Zuma as the leader of the ANC in December is taking place at one of the most difficult junctures in the 105-year-old party’s history. It’s plagued by infighting and suffered its

Move afoot to break welfare payments monopoly

There is now a strong possibility that the South African Social Security Agency will be weaned off its dependence on one operator which is able to dictate terms by virtue of a “closed-loop” system. This follows the news that the interministerial task team led

New SA energy plan here ‘within days’

The department of energy will in the next few days unveil South Africa’s new integrated energy plan, minister in the presidency Jeff Radebe said on Thursday. Briefing the media on the outcomes of a cabinet meeting

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