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Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown sheds light on why she asked Transnet CEO Brian Molefe to assume responsibility as Eskom's acting CEO.
Britain's economy has created the largest number of new jobs in nearly a year and unemployment hit its lowest rate since mid-2008.
Taiwanese light manufacturer has winnowed its workforce to just 200 and leased most of its space to other firms such as lamp workshops, a mobile phone maker.
Attacks on foreigners in SA may have dire consequences for South Africans operating businesses elsewhere in Africa, warns Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe.
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has appointed Brian Molefe as the acting Eskom CEO and announced that Dentons would conduct the inquiry into the state utility.
South Africans could soon experience their first-ever stage 4 load shedding, after Eskom confirmed that the stage allocation would be altered.
Wage demands by public sector unions would cost the government an extra R20bn, says Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene, as workers threaten mass protests.
Zimbabwe plans to build new power stations to generate 3 500 megawatts at a cost of $5bn, in a bid to end chronic power cuts that have damaged the economy.
SA is yet to appoint banks to manage state asset sales needed to fund its power utility, bringing into question a statement that almost R23bn will be raised within a “couple of weeks”.
Department of Trade and Industry minister Rob Davies has assured an audience in Washington that a settlement on the contentious ‘chicken issue’ is on the horizon.
Germany should use its strong fiscal position to lower taxes, leading German, Swiss and Austrian economic institutes say.
We must cherish global openness as the state gets to grips with xenophobics, says Mzwandile Jacks.
Load shedding and curtailment will move from stage 1 to stage 2 at 10:00, which is expected to continue until 22:00, due to a further shortage of generation capacity.
The governments of the BRICS nations have agreed to name representatives to their $50bn development bank by end-April, according to an official.
Eskom will resume power cuts for the sixth day in a row when it starts implementing stage 1 load shedding from 06:00 on Friday morning.
A city councillor has shed light on this heavy load for burdened consumers who often have power outages longer than the schedule indicates.
Facing a long, cold winter of power cuts, many South Africans are choosing to cope with their frustrations by seeing the lighter side of life in the dark.
The contribution of wind energy to local community development will double to over R10bn over the next 20 years, according to an industry expert.
Eskom will move SA from stage 1 to stage 2 load shedding at 18:00, which is expected to continue until 22:00 due to a further shortage of generation capacity.
For Swiss winemakers, a drop in the rouble has opened up new possibilities for a Russian venture they once doubted would get off the ground.