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Scheduling confusion for Private Electricity Generators

21st November 2017 On 10 November 2017, the Minister of Energy gazetted a notice which amended and substituted Schedule 2 to the Electricity Regulation Act, 2006 (“ERA”). This amendment was done in accordance with the Minister’s powers in terms of section 36(4) of the ERA which empowers the Minister to do so. While... 

Thirty-Seven Partners and Eleven Practice Areas listed

24th October 2017 Fasken Martineau is pleased to be once again included in the IFLR 1000 Financial and Corporate 2018 guide as among the world's leading financial and corporate law firms. Of the 37 partners profiled, 21 are “Highly Regarded Individuals”: Jon Holmstrom, Marc Novello, John Torrey, Stephen Erlichman,... 

Lessons learnt at the recent Joburg Indaba: Create a singular goal and a long-term vision Written by Dimitri Cavvadas, Partner at Fasken Martineau

19th October 2017 The growing popularity of the Joburg Indaba with its robust debate last week (4-5 October) was encouraging, while at the same time somewhat ironic. The event, which focuses mainly on the status of the South African – rather than the African or international – mining industry, continues to grow in... 

Popi Regulations – A Step Closer

26th September 2017 Written by labour lawyer Melanie Hart The Information Regulator has published Regulations in terms of the Protection of Personal Information Act, 4 of 2013 (“POPI”) 
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Appointment of new Eskom CEO a priority - Minister Brown

Public Enterprises minister Lynne Brown said on Friday that the process of appointing a new permanent group chief executive for power utility Eskom was "a priority" and that the finalization of the investigation into suspended executives was of "paramount importance". This comes as news... 

Nersa grants Eskom's tariff hike, but not 20%

South Africa's National Energy Regulator (Nersa) has declined Eskom request for a 20% hike, instead granting Eskom a 5.2% hike. The regulator is due to publish a document outlining the decision in the next couple of days, Nersa chair Jacob Modise said. The 5.23% tariff increase, announced by... 
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