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20 April 2014
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17 Apr 2014
 
 
Pistorius trial adjourns until May, state mauls forensic expert
OSCAR PISTORIUS TRIAL
The murder trial of Olympic and Paralympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius was adjourned on Thursday until May 5 after the state wrapped up three days of punishing cross-examination of a forensic expert...
 
 
Climate considerations need to be woven into infrastructure decision-making
CLIMATE CHANGE
Upfront investment costs will and should remain a critical consideration as South Africa moves to upscale and accelerate its infrastructure programmes. But one of the lead authors of the latest...
 
 
Legal not technical problems bedevil water delivery in SA
WATER
The barrier to efficient water service delivery in South Africa was not of a technological nature but rather related to legal and Constitutional challenges, Water Research Commission (WRC) CEO...
 
 
Supreme Court rules on Mdluli
RULING
A High Court ruling against the withdrawal of some charges against suspended police intelligence boss Richard Mdluli was upheld by the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) on Thursday. The charges related...
 
 
Mbete hints at SME department
SME
The creation of a small and medium enterprises department is very likely, African National Congress national chairwoman Baleka Mbete said on Thursday. "We are talking about a focused department...
 
 
Electricity prices too low, says specialist
ELECTRICITY
A specialist in finance and energy says South Africa's electricity prices are too low and unsustainable. “We are under-pricing electricity by at least a factor of two,” Bridge Capital Refco...
 
 
16 Apr 2014
 
Food security research centre launched at University of the Western Cape
FOOD SECURITY
South Africa's drive to create a competitive and food-secure State was boosted on Tuesday with the launch of the Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Food Security, at the University of the Western Cape,...
 
 
Private sector takes up City of Cape Town’s spare broadband infrastructure capacity
BROADBAND
The City of Cape Town has entered into eight third-party service provider agreements licensing the take up of the spare infrastructure capacity generated through the city’s broadband network....
 
 
 
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