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19 April 2015
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Brown moves to stabilise Eskom leadership with appointment of Molefe as acting CEO
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown announced that Transnet's Brian Molefe had been seconded as acting CEO of Eskom, with immediate effect. Brown said the appointment formed part of government...
Power remains Africa’s biggest infrastructure challenge, report asserts
Power represents Africa’s largest infrastructure challenge, a new thought-leader report argues, noting that the continent’s power infrastructure delivers only a small fraction of that delivered in...
South Africa seeks diplomatic support to defeat anti-immigrant unrest
South Africa sought diplomatic support from countries across the continent on Friday to defeat the "demon" of anti-immigrant violence in which at least four people have been killed over the past...
Government says 5.9% wage offer fair
Government says its current 5.9% offer in the wage negotiations is fair and reasonable, and takes into account the current economic situation of the country. According to government – as the...
Eskom adds stage four to load shedding schedule
South Africans could soon experience their first-ever stage four load-shedding, after Eskom confirmed that the stage allocation would be altered. The current stages of load-shedding are stage 1,...
Hawks won't take action against Phiyega for warning Lamoer
The Hawks will not be taking any action against police commissioner General Riah Phiyega for allegedly warning Lieutenant General Arno Lamoer about the investigation into him and that his phone...
Govt making headway on supplier payments
Despite making progress in the payment of suppliers within 30 days of receipt of a legitimate invoice, some government departments still face challenges in making on-time payments to suppliers....
US amendment turns up heat in 'chicken war'
Two influential US senators, central to the so-called ‘chicken war’, have announced their intention to pursue amendments to the African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) to secure greater access...
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