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25 April 2015
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Energy adviser slams Eskom
ELECTRICITY
South African mining and energy adviser Ted Blom has raised a litany of concerns about the state of power utility Eskom and has warned of runaway costs and shortfalls in coal and water, as well as...
 
 
Bad weather raises likelihood of weekend load-shedding
ELECTRICITY
State-owned power utility Eskom has warned that it is highly likely that there will be load-shedding this weekend, as, along with its “massive maintenance drive” to improve the performance and...
 
 
UN welcomes EU migrant plan, says test is whether lives saved
migrant plan
The United Nations on Friday welcomed the European Union's plan to triple the size of its naval search mission in the Mediterranean, but said the key test was whether lives were saved and those...
 
 
Fired up by king, Zulu nationalism confronts modern South Africa
POLITICS
A crowd of stick-wielding supporters at a soccer stadium roared their approval as South Africa's Zulu king, Goodwill Zwelithini, insisted he was not behind a wave of violence against migrant...
 
 
Murder and abuse before deadly migrant crossing
MIGRANTS
Italian investigators are piecing together a picture of beatings and abuse that hundreds of Africans and Bangladeshis suffered before setting sail from Libya to Italy, only to drown late on...
 
 
Weak commodity outlook puts revenue diversification at top of Gama’s Transnet agenda
TRANSNET
Acting Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama, who was appointed to the position following the surprise secondment of Brian Molefe to Eskom, has placed revenue diversification at the top of his list of...
 
 
Somalia seeks to drive militants from southern valley bases – PM
UNREST
Somali and African forces aim to drive al Shabaab Islamist militants out of one of the last major tracts of territory in southern Somalia that the group still holds and which it uses to launch...
 
 
Kalawe resigns as SAA CEO
TRANSPORT
Suspended South African Airways (SAA) CEO Monwabisi Kalawe has resigned, with immediate effect, as his relationship with the State-owned carrier had been “irretrievably broken down”. The step was...
 
 
 
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