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SA mulling over a protectionist response to global crisis

By: Terence Creamer     7th April 2009 As part of its response to the current economic crisis, the South African government would seriously consider reversing some of the tariff cuts... 

Localisation lethargy jeopardising R787bn infrastructure push – Industry Minister

By: Terence Creamer     7th April 2009 Unless South Africa and its State-owned enterprises (SoEs) started to meet the target of reducing the imported component of the country’s... 

SA seek’s to put rail back at the heart of its public-transport system

2nd April 2009 For commuter rail to remain affordable, reliable and safe, government will have to play the leading role. But Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa... 

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Artworks in the inner city highlight positive transformation

2nd April 2009 The Trinity Session is an art production company interested in urban regeneration and public art interventions. Currently, it is involved in the... 

Johannesburg Development Agency committed to inner city regeneration

2nd April 2009 Johannesburg has always been a bold and bustling city but there's no denying it has suffered neglect in recent years. The Johannesburg Development... 

Possible South African wind energy industry

1st April 2009 10 000 gigawatt hours of power from renewable sources by 2013 is the target set by the South African government for the country. Wind energy is... 

Feed-in tariffs will boost renewable energy investment – WWF

By: Chanel de Bruyn     1st April 2009 A stronger political will, regional cooperation and international partnerships were needed to support the development of a renewable energy... 

Pay attention to microeconomic policy shifts, economist advises business

By: Terence Creamer     1st April 2009 South Africa’s macroeconomic policies, which some observers have flagged as being potentially vulnerable to a “shift to the left” after the April... 

Green energy gets shot in the arm with generous SA tariff regime

By: Terence Creamer     1st April 2009 The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) gave South Africa’s nascent renewable-energy industry a major boost on Tuesday when it... 

South Africa's Water affairs minister seeks to calm water shortage fears 

1st April 2009 The possibility of a water shortage in Gauteng by 2013 is of great concern. 

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