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Aug 30, 2013
In 1958, comedian Peter Sellars recorded a parody of a political speech in which the Politician said pretty much nothing: “My friends, in the light of present-day developments, let me say right away that I do not regard existing conditions lightly. On the contrary,...
Aug 03, 2012
Consulting engineering company Bosch Projects is undertaking the largest greenfield sugar project in Angola. Bosch Projects signed a multimillion-dollar contract with Japanese trading company Marubeni Corporation on April 24 to undertake this project, which entails...
Feb 06, 2012
On behalf of NUMSA’s leadership and 287 422 members of our union, let me greet and welcome you to this important conference of metalworkers of South Africa. Without being boastful, for NUMSA, the gathering that starts today is a first trade union conference that...
Mar 19, 2010
South African Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan on Friday refused to reveal details of power utility Eskom's long-running contracts with foreign companies like BHP Billiton that contributed to the entity's R9,5-billion loss last year. Hogan told...
Mar 19, 2010
Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan on Friday refused to reveal details of Eskom's long-running contracts with foreign companies like BHP Billiton that contributed to the entity's R9,5-billion loss last year. Hogan told Parliament's portfolio committee on...
Oct 02, 2009
Since the introduction of the renewable energy feed-in electricity tariff in April, the local power utility has received enquiries relating to connecting 3 000 MW of wind-generated power from the Western Cape and 600 MW from the Eastern Cape to the national power...
Aug 07, 2009
Government aimed to electrify all formal households in KwaZulu-Natal by 2012, Energy Minister Dipuo Peters said last week, after her first meeting with the KwaZulu-Natal provincial government.
Feb 14, 2005
The northern Namibian town of Tsumeb is the source of a remarkable resurgence that is taking place in the African copper industry.
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