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  • 5IR fuels Africa’s biggest energy event

    5IR fuels Africa’s biggest energy event

    from TINTSWALO BALOYI in Johannesburg, South Africa JOHANNESBURG – THE largest ever energy event for Africa will kick off on October 20 to fuel six weeks of inspiring energy engage ...

  • Fuels sector must innovate to beat recession

    Fuels sector must innovate to beat recession

    by AKANI CHAUKE  JOHANNESBURG – COMPANIES in the beleaguered petroleum industry have been innovative, invest in new technologies and skills to overcome challenges prevailing in the ...

  • Ramaphosa outlines SA power generation plans

    Ramaphosa outlines SA power generation plans

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa anticipates the addition of 11 800 megawatts (MW) of power to its unstable grid. President Cyril Ramaphosa disclosed this on Monday, ...

  • MTN invests billions amid load shedding threat

    MTN invests billions amid load shedding threat

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – MTN is investing an average R11 billion (US$703,8 million) yearly to ensure a seamless network experience during the energy challenges South Afri ...

5IR fuels Africa’s biggest energy event

5IR fuels Africa’s biggest energy event

from TINTSWALO BALOYI in Johannesburg, South Africa JOHANNESBURG – THE largest ever energy event for Africa will kick off on October 20 to fuel six weeks of inspiring energy engag ...

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Fuels sector must innovate to beat recession

Fuels sector must innovate to beat recession

by AKANI CHAUKE  JOHANNESBURG – COMPANIES in the beleaguered petroleum industry have been innovative, invest in new technologies and skills to overcome challenges prevailing in th ...

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Ramaphosa outlines SA power generation plans

Ramaphosa outlines SA power generation plans

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa anticipates the addition of 11 800 megawatts (MW) of power to its unstable grid. President Cyril Ramaphosa disclosed this on Monday ...

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MTN invests billions amid load shedding threat

MTN invests billions amid load shedding threat

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – MTN is investing an average R11 billion (US$703,8 million) yearly to ensure a seamless network experience during the energy challenges South Afr ...

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Clean energy most feasible remedy to Zambia’s power woes

Clean energy most feasible remedy to Zambia’s power woes

from ARNOLD MULENGA in Lusaka, Zambia LUSAKA - ZAMBIA’S energy crisis, an impediment to government’s economic diversification plans, tells an all-too-familiar irony in most parts ...

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Mixed news for Africa in Trump’s pick at World Bank

Mixed news for Africa in Trump’s pick at World Bank

from TRACEY IRVING in Washington, USA WASHINGTON – A KEY player from Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign is set to head the World Bank. Mr Trump has selected US treasury officia ...

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US, India, Australia combine to push clean fossil fuel

US, India, Australia combine to push clean fossil fuel

from ANDRZEJ KOWALCYK in Katowice, Poland  KATOWICE - FOR 10 minutes, yesterday, protestors chanted and danced a conga around the room where a White House team was hosting its key ...

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Rise of smart power in Africa transforms energy sector

Rise of smart power in Africa transforms energy sector

JOHANNESBURG - EXPERTS believe Africa has the potential to revolutionise the energy sector through smart power innovation. Within developing economies, including Africa, there are ...

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Utility Week awards celebrate African excellence

Utility Week awards celebrate African excellence

CAPE TOWN - AFRICA’S pioneering utilities, projects and individuals in the energy and water sector will be honoured on Wednesday evening at the African Utility Week Industry Award ...

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Cloud of despair hovers over Paris climate meeting

Cloud of despair hovers over Paris climate meeting

ABUJA - AS world leaders gather again in Paris on Tuesday (12th December) to mark the anniversary of a climate deal signed in the city two years ago, there is little sign of the $ ...

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