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Kangnas Wind Farm and Perdekraal East Wind Farm, South Africa

3rd July 2020 The main transformer for the Perdekraal East Wind Farm has arrived by road from Pretoria, Gauteng. 

Covid 4.0 - the digital transformer

29th June 2020 Authors: Rakhee Bhoora, Godfrey Malesa and Lucrecia Sadhaseevan – Fasken The World Health Organisation declared Covid -19 a global pandemic. In a blink of an eye, the world was turned upside down. Businesses and governments across the globe were brought to a standstill.  Like most countries... 

End to POPI’s legislative limbo: The President announces the commencement of remaining sections of POPI

23rd June 2020 The Protection of Personal Information Act (“POPI” or the “Act”) was assented to on 19 November 2013 and enacted to, amongst other things, regulate the processing of personal information in South Africa. POPI came into force incrementally with section 1 (Definitions), Part A of Chapter 5... 

Updated workplace health and safety obligations of employers during Covid-19 pandemic

18th June 2020 On 17 March 2020, the Department of Employment and Labour issued guidelines for employers to deal with COVID-19 in workplaces.  In the period since issuing the guidelines, a clearer picture emerged about COVID-19 and the nature of the hazards and risks in the workplace and the precautions that... 
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Investors in mining exploration should be incentivised – ANC’s ETC

South African retail investors willing to invest in mining exploration should be incentivised as is the case in other mining jurisdictions, the economic transformation committee (ETC) of the African National Congress (ANC) states in a 30-page discussion document just released. At a time when the... 

Return of foreign mineworkers taking double planned time

The return of the 12 500 foreign mineworkers to South Africa’s mines is taking double the time planned. The initial ten-day plan of Minerals Council South Africa has become a 20-day plan because of the need to overcome bottlenecks. 
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