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DoE outlines next nuclear steps as it completes ‘pre-procurement phase’
NUCLEAR ENERGY
The Department of Energy (DoE) announced on Tuesday that the pre-procurement phase for South Africa’s proposed roll-out of a nuclear new build programme had been completed, following the latest in...
 
 
Zuma aware of SAPS, Hawks, NPA issues
SECURITY
President Jacob Zuma is aware of developments in the NPA, the Hawks and South African Police Service (SAPS), his spokesperson said on Tuesday. "With regards to the Hawks, the minister of police has...
 
 
Mining BEE ownership to be tested in court – Minister
LEGISLATIVE ENVIRONMENT
Government, organised mining and organised labour have agreed to work collaboratively to obtain a court ruling on the crucial issue of black economic-empowerment (BEE) ownership of mines, the only...
 
 
Sapia pins hopes on new task team to end cleaner fuels uncertainty
LIQUID FUELS
The South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia) says it is becoming increasingly urgent for government to address the current policy uncertainty surrounding the introduction of cleaner...
 
 
Cosatu to 'interrogate' forensic reports
LABOUR
Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) will study two forensic reports on the union federation and if necessary point out illegal activities to law enforcement agencies. "Where there are...
 
 
Creamer Media publishes Steel 2015: A review of South Africa's steel sector research report
South African News
Creamer Media’s Steel 2015 report provides an overview of the key developments in the global steel industry and particularly of South Africa’s steel sector over the past year, including details of...
 
 
South Africa's Cosatu expels general secretary
LABOUR
South Africa's main trade union federation, Congress of South African Trade Union (Cosatu), expelled Zwelinzima Vavi, its popular general secretary but a vocal critic of President Jacob Zuma and...
 
 
US official counsels SA to take seriously Senators’ warnings over Agoa inclusion
TRADE RELATIONS
The South African government needs to take urgent steps to address ongoing trade concerns – particularly the long-running dispute over antidumping duties on American chicken – before US lawmakers...
 
 
 
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