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By: Terence Creamer     19th April 2024 The recent period of decreased loadshedding has been met with tremendous scepticism by a South African public who have been burnt more times over... 

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Will the Zimbabwe Gold, or ZiG, restore currency confidence?

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     19th April 2024 The heightened sense of urgency within Zimbabwe’s government to act as the country’s currency crashed – losing 90% of its value since the beginning... 

Together with large-scale procurement, rising rooftop solar installations are offering greater market stability that could stimulate local manufacturing

Private renewables procurement may mitigate boom-bust cycles curbing South Africa’s green industrialisation 

By: Terence Creamer     18th April 2024 The combination of public and private procurement of large-scale renewables in South Africa signals increased stability for manufacturers of key... 

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Goldman says South African market ‘tough’ before election

By: Bloomberg     18th April 2024 South African investors are holding off on big moves before the vote next month, Goldman Sachs Group said, as the elections shape up to be the most... 

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Can dialogue rescue South Sudan from a perpetual transition?

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      18th April 2024 As in 2022, elections could again be postponed. What should the proposed dialogue do differently to break the cycle? The feasibility of South... 

Loadshedding will remain suspended until further notice

Loadshedding will remain suspended until further notice

18th April 2024 Loadshedding will continue to be suspended until further notice. This follows a period of 21 consecutive days, and as of midday today, 535 hours... 

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Africa’s oldest oil-rich dictatorship has a succession problem

By: Bloomberg     18th April 2024 Two South African engineers working in Equatorial Guinea’s offshore oil fields were preparing to return home in February 2023 when they were... 

Government fails to deliver services to Mahikeng residents and then turns on them 

Government fails to deliver services to Mahikeng residents and then turns on them 

18th April 2024 The residents in Mahikeng, in the North West, have expressed their dissatisfaction with the lack of service delivery in the only way they know how,... 

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