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South Africa plans to improve its pipelines and ports to allow for more gas imports for use in power generation, says the acting director general of the energy department.
The deterioration in natural resources would have the most impact on business in 2024, according to a survey conducted by an accounting body.
The lower fuel price SA consumers have enjoyed might be coming to an end, warns the Automobile Association.
Britain's consumer price inflation has dropped year-on-year in January, its lowest recorded level, says the government.
Government should privatise and not pump money into state-owned companies such as SAA and Eskom, says Inkatha Freedom Party leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi.
European Union finance ministers have wielded enticements and veiled threats to press Greece to stay in an international bailout as financial markets slipped.
Energy Indaba chair Brian Statham sheds some light on the nuclear deals process and how it is not corruption.
There is no energy crisis in South Africa, according to the head of the African Energy Indaba, who says Eskom must be allowed to get on with its job.
Zimbabwe’s inflation is in the negative again after shedding 0.48% to end the month of January 2015 at -1.28%, against the December rate of -0.80%.
European Union finance ministers have piled pressure on Greece to remain in an international financial rescue programme as the euro weakened.
An SA government proposal to ban foreign nationals from owning land will apply to farms, not residential property, a government minister says.
Businesspeople in SA and Kenya need to work on the synergies that would give life to political commitments, says the dti.
Algeria plans to double its petrol and diesel output when three new oil refineries start production in 2018, says the head of refining department at Sonatrach.
A consortium led by Russian firm RT Global Resources has won the deal to build and operate Uganda's $2.5bn crude oil refinery, according to a report.
The chances of Greece forced out of the eurozone have risen, but a compromise between Athens and its European partners is still possible, say Greek banks.
The Eskom War Room was aiming to minimise the level of load shedding as well as containing the supply and demand shortfall, according to the energy ministry.
Republican state governors say they will not rescue a crucial part of Obamacare if it is struck down by the Supreme Court.
Gauteng is moving towards renewable energy to take pressure off the struggling national energy grid, says infrastructure development MEC Nandi Mayathula-Khoza.
Greek Finance Minister says he has been prepared to agree to a deal with creditors that would have given Athens four to six months additional credit.
Private school operator Curro Holdings plans to raise R1.44bn from debt markets and a rights issue as it seeks to develop new institutions and explore potential acquisitions.