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Eskom’s late tariff submission creates legal problems for municipalities

By: Chanel de Bruyn     9th June 2009 A “chaotic and incoherent” approach to tariff increase applications seemed to have become the norm for the electricity sector, the South African... 

Interim tariff hike to allow Eskom time to deal with funding shortfall – CEO

By: Chanel de Bruyn     9th June 2009 The 34% interim electricity tariff increase submitted by Eskom would ensure that the power utility could guarantee the security of electricity... 

Green building is gaining momentum in South Africa

8th June 2009 The green building council of South Africa was established in 2007, and by November 2008, launched the Green Star SA rating tool for office... 

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The Ben Schoeman highway expansion is on track and on time

8th June 2009 The R29-billion Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project will see the upgrade of many roads and bridges in around Johannesburg, Ekurhuleni and Tshwane.... 

The Ekurhuleni jewellery project empowers communities

8th June 2009 Skills development and job creation are two of the main challenges facing South Africa on its way to improve living standards for the majority of... 

Assessing the State of the Nation

5th June 2009 In this video clip, Ebrahim Fakir of the Electoral Institute of Southern Africa discusses President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address. 

The recurring myth of a certain African unity

3rd June 2009 In this video clip, Dr Paul-Simon Handy, of the Institute for Security Studies, speaks to Polity's Amy Witherden about what he calls the "recurring... 

SA: Zuma: State of the Nation address (03/06/2009) 

3rd June 2009 State of the Nation Address by His Excellency JG Zuma, President of the Republic of South Africa, Joint Sitting of Parliament, Cape Town 

Reckoning with the APRM recommendations

29th May 2009 In this video clip, Yarik Turianskyi, of the South African Institute of International Affairs, speaks to Polity's Shona Kohler about the adequacy... 

Kganyago warns against intervening to weaken the rand

By: Terence Creamer     28th May 2009 South Africa’s National Treasury remained opposed to adopting strategies that would seek to weaken the rand in order to boost the competitiveness... 

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