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Mboweni warns extra R59bn allocated to Eskom comes at 'huge' cost to fiscus

23rd July 2019 Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has allocated an additional R26-billion to debt-ridden Eskom for 2019/20 and R33-billion for 2020/21 in a bid to help the utility meet its financial obligations. “Eskom’s funding plan is dependent on Eskom raising additional finance from the market, which in turn... 

South African Navy falling behind other navies in Africa

15th July 2019 Hit by budget cuts over the past few years, the South African Navy is bucking the regional trend and falling behind other navies in Africa, says the Chief of the South African Navy, Vice Admiral Mosiwa Samuel Hlongwane. “The naval balance of power is shifting on our continent,” Hlongwane told the... 

Financial constraints pose threat to the South African Navy, says Gulube

12th July 2019 Financial constraints and limited resources pose a "critical problem" to the running of the South African Navy and the South African National Defence Force as a whole, says South Africa’s Secretary for Defence, Sam Gulube. “The challenges pose a serious and critical problem for the continued... 

Brazilians score following African Utility Week

14th June 2019 Brazilian companies are expected to generate business of $5.3-million over the next year as a result of the recent African Utility Week and PowerGEN Africa conference and exhibition. The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency, Apex-Brasil, in partnership with the Brazilian Association of... 

Pioneering microgrid systems hold big rural electrification potential

7th June 2019 A sharper focus on renewable energy has led to increased opportunities for microgrids in rural areas, industrial and commercial parks and residential developments in African countries. “Technology is progressing very fast on alternative energies and systems. An increased focus on renewable energy... 

Fiscal crisis, price volatility among SA’s top energy risks for 2019

7th June 2019 The South African National Energy Association (Sanea) has outlined its nine top energy risks for 2019, with price volatility and uncertainty, and South Africa’s fiscal crisis, among the top risks at both the country and industry level. The issue of price volatility and uncertainty was significant... 

Bureaucracy, lags in approval stymieing construction industry – say developers

31st May 2019 Bureaucratic delays in getting property developments under way have badly damaged the development and construction industry, prompting a crisis, industry experts have outlined at the Western Cape Property Development Forum conference, in Cape Town. They have also lamented a "shocking" decline in... 

Nordic countries strengthen partnerships with sub-Saharan Africa

31st May 2019 The Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden are strengthening their partnerships with sub-Saharan African countries to increase green electrification and water security. The four countries are known for their expertise in developing viable and innovative energy systems, with a... 

Individuals, projects honoured at African Power, Energy & Water Industry Awards

31st May 2019 A dynamic South African leader in renewable energy, a former influential government minister in Ethiopia, the Ghana Grid Company and a range of renewable energy projects were among the winners at the annual African Power, Energy & Water Industry Awards announced in Cape Town this week. The... 

PPPs could help ailing municipal water sector

31st May 2019 A series of public–private partnerships with municipalities could help ailing local water and sanitation departments (WSDs), many of which face challenges ranging from deteriorating infrastructure to declining water quality and poor governance. According to the National Business Initiative,... 

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