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Would you leave your children's inheritance in the hands of the government?
Would you leave your children's inheritance in the hands of the government?Article

Who would take on the parental mantle you leave behind and who would make sure that any inheritance you have accumulated for your children is actually received by them and managed properly to their benefit?...

Alex Simeonides, Issued by Capital Legacy 25 Mar 2021

Grand Inga 3. Photo: Congo Research Group
South Africa can't afford hydropower from Inga 3Article

As finance minister Tito Mboweni prepares to deliver his budget in Parliament this week, it is imperative that he unshackles South Africans from the financial calamity that is the Inga 3 hydropower project..

Siziwe Mota 23 Feb 2021

Image source: Getty/Gallo
Can mines now generate their own power?Article

Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, Gwede Mantashe, created a flurry of headlines when he told the Investing in African Mining Indaba that mines could generate their own electricity...

Jason van der Poel, Mzukisi Kota & Alexandra Felekis 10 Feb 2020

Environmental activists celebrate court ruling against a proposed nuclear deal for South Africa. EPA/Nic Bothma
South Africa's nuclear research facility - Pelindaba - needs to be repurposedArticle

Located 33km west of South Africa's capital city Pretoria, the Pelindaba precinct has been home to South Africa's nuclear research corporation since the 1960s...

David Fig 17 Jul 2019

Mohamed Cassoojee
Enterprise applications are core to the renewal of South Africa's energy sectorArticle

New trends in energy storage, small-scale embedded generation, and smart grid systems are disrupting the power sector, a trend that will accelerate in South Africa with the recent lifting of licence restraints on power plants....

12 Jun 2019

Emma Dempster, director in the projects and energy sector, Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
Change to licensing regulations adds a surge to gridArticle

Minister of Energy, Jeff Radebe, has granted a welcome deviation from South Africa's existing power generation licensing regulations that allows additional power to be fed into the local grid...

29 May 2019

Image: Western Cape Government
Nersa confirms receipt of energy plan deviation letterArticle

The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) has confirmed receiving Energy Minister Jeff Radebe's letter of deviation from the country's Integrated Resource Plan as well as applications for generation licences...

23 May 2019

Energy Minister, Jeff Radebe
#AUW2019: Coal still critical to IRP, Radebe saysArticle

Energy Minister Jeff Radebe's vague promise that South Africa's long-overdue energy blueprint, the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), will be "concluded imminently" did, however, clearly indicate that coal would still play a prominent role in the country's energy mix...

Nicci Botha 15 May 2019

Phumzile Tshelane
Necsa CEO removed from officeArticle

Energy Minister Jeff Radebe has removed Phumzile Tshelane as chief executive officer and board member of the Nuclear Energy Corporation of SA (Necsa)...

14 May 2019

Strategic Fuel Fund signs deal for Block B2
Strategic Fuel Fund signs deal for Block B2Article

South Africa signs an exploration and production sharing agreement (EPSA) with South Sudan for Block B2...

9 May 2019

Image: Kouga Wind Farm
Renewables are here to stay: RadebeArticle

The current challenges faced by Eskom "would have been worse", were it not for the contribution from renewable energy independent power producers, according Energy Minister, Jeff Radebe...

17 Apr 2019

GSF helps spur transformation with bursaries for students from disadvantaged communities
GSF helps spur transformation with bursaries for students from disadvantaged communitiesArticle

Having launched in 2014, the Globeleq Scholarship Fund (GSF) is responsible for 25% of all renewable energy funded-scholarships...

9 Apr 2019

Alexandra Felekis
Radebe hints at private investment to meet IRP agendaArticle

Energy Minister Jeff Radebe says Eskom on its own cannot supply the R1trn of investment in power generation, transmission and distribution needed by 2030 under the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP).

Alexandra Felekis 4 Apr 2019

Source: Arab News
Government sets record straight on South Sudan oil dealArticle

South Africa's intention to invest $1bn in South Sudan's oil sector is still in the feasibility stage and is guided by the memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between the two governments...

29 Mar 2019

Energy efficiency key to stable electricity system
Energy efficiency key to stable electricity systemArticle

Energy efficiency is the short-term answer to balancing electricity supply and demand, says Energy Minister Jeff Radebe...

27 Mar 2019

Empowering business leaders to transform their organisations
Empowering business leaders to transform their organisationsArticle

Top Empowerment, South Africa's premier transformation platform, will host its annual conference in Johannesburg on 10 and 11 April...

Issued by Topco Media 20 Mar 2019

Pictured above (right) is Dr Nobuhle Judy Dlamini, winner of the Comair Outstanding Woman in Business Award and the overall Platinum Award for the evening, with Njabulo Sithole (left), Member of the Comair Board of Directors.
2019 Black Business Quarterly (BBQ) Awards: Winners announcedArticle

The 2019 Black Business Quarterly (BBQ) Awards, held at Emperor's Palace on Friday, 15 March 2019, celebrated the champions of transformation of the South African economy...

19 Mar 2019

Andrew Kenny
Why solar and wind power are ruinously expensiveArticle

South Africa faces an energy calamity on two fronts. First is the disaster of Eskom. Second, and potentially worse, is the disaster of our REIPPPP and our lunatic IRP 2018 (Integrated Resource Plan)....

Andrew Kenny 18 Mar 2019

Energy Minister Jeff Radebe
SA's energy map should consider all role playersArticle

South Africa should consider all energy sources available in its future energy plans, and cannot discriminate against or favour any particular energy carriers, says Energy Minister Jeff Radebe...

18 Mar 2019

Energy Minister, Jeff Radebe
IPP tender process is fair, open and transparentArticle

The tender process and the awarding of renewable energy Independent Power Producers (IPPs) contracts have no room for favouritism...

25 Feb 2019

Renewable energy programme attracts R209.4bn to SA economy
Renewable energy programme attracts R209.4bn to SA economyArticle

The Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme is making a significant impact on the economy, job creation, community upliftment...

25 Feb 2019

Energy Minister Jeff Radebe
Reliable, secure electricity supply crucial to attract investmentArticle

Energy Minister Jeff Radebe says a reliable, sustainable, competitive and secure electricity supply sector is crucial to attract investment into Africa...

20 Feb 2019

Solving renewable energy's intermittence problem
Solving renewable energy's intermittence problemArticle

When Energy Minister, Jeff Radebe, signed deals last year with a further 27 independent power producers, it emphasised the country's commitment to renewable energy...

19 Feb 2019

There’s no painless way for South Africans to deal with the power utility crisis. Shutterstock
Explainer: why South Africa's energy generator is in so much troubleArticle

Eskom is by far the largest of South Africa's many state owned companies. This near monopoly power utility is in crisis. It's the single largest threat to South Africa's economy...

Rod Crompton 13 Feb 2019

Niall Kramer, CEO of Soaga
#BizTrends2019: Unlocking SA's oil and gas wealthArticle

Although still very much in its infancy, the South African oil and gas industry has significant potential in contributing towards the energy needs critical to the country's socio-economic development and growth...

Nicci Botha 8 Jan 2019

Pelindaba
Necsa board replacedArticle

General financial misconduct, not adhering to shareholder instructions and repetitive legislative non-compliance are among a litany of challenges...

10 Dec 2018

Shamila Batohi is the new NDPP
Shamila Batohi is the new NDPPArticle

Career Advocate Shamila Batohi has been appointed as the new National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP)...

5 Dec 2018

Committee adopts IRP 2018 report
Committee adopts IRP 2018 reportArticle

Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Energy has adopted its report on the draft Integrated Resource Plan (IRP 2018) containing several recommendations...

28 Nov 2018

Privatisation, productivity and the potential of mini grids
Privatisation, productivity and the potential of mini gridsArticle

To continue on the economic growth trajectory many African countries find themselves on, they need reliable, sustainable sources of energy. However, the continent finds itself trailing behind other emerging markets...

26 Nov 2018

NDPP selection panel names five candidate
NDPP selection panel names five candidateArticle

Shamila Batohi, Siyabulela Mapoma, Simphiwe Mlotshwa, Rodney de Kock and Andrea Johnson are in the running for the top job at the National Prosecuting Authority...

19 Nov 2018

NDPP interviews underway at Union Buildings
NDPP interviews underway at Union BuildingsArticle

The interviews for the shortlisted candidates for the position of the next National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) have begun this morning...

14 Nov 2018

NDPP shortlisted candidates announced
NDPP shortlisted candidates announcedArticle

The 12 candidates who have a shot at being the next National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) have been revealed...

12 Nov 2018

Tebogo Movundlela, CEO: Aurora WindPower, Thabane Zule director-general: Department of Energy and Brenda Martin, CEO: Sawea.
Wind industry commits to transformation and socio-economic developmentArticle

South Africa has possibly the most transparent renewable energy independent producer programmes in the world...

Nicci Botha 9 Nov 2018

Dr Fatih Birol, executive director, International Energy Agency, and South African Energy Minister Jeff Radebe
#AOW2018: SA "aggressively" pursuing a new refinery with Saudis, Radebe saysArticle

South Africa's much mooted seventh refinery is on the way...

Nicci Botha 7 Nov 2018

2018 South Africa-Italy Indaba/Summit set to boost EU-Africa trade and investment relations
2018 South Africa-Italy Indaba/Summit set to boost EU-Africa trade and investment relationsArticle

The European House - Ambrosetti Group (TEH-A), a leading Italian think tank and management consulting firm is organising an exclusive pan-European and pan-African platform Africa Europe CEO Dialogue...

Issued by Optimize Agency 22 Oct 2018

Energy Minister, Jeff Radebe
Parliament welcomes inputs into draft IRP 2018Article

The Portfolio Committee on Energy has began public hearings into the draft Integrated Resource Plan (IRP 2018), which serves to guide government's plan for electricity provision within the energy mix...

18 Oct 2018

Gaopalelwe Santswere
South Africa risks losing its strategic nuclear leading roleArticle

South Africa risks losing its permanent seat at the International Atomic Energy Agency board of governors if Egypt brings its recently signed 4,800MW nuclear power contract on line...

Gaopalelwe Santswere 17 Oct 2018

President sets up NDPP appointment panel
President sets up NDPP appointment panelArticle

President Cyril Ramaphosa has invited seven legal organisations and independent public institutions to assist him in identifying and selecting individuals for consideration as possible candidates for the position of National Director of Public Prosecutions...

15 Oct 2018

Energy moves to ensure compliance of IPP implementation agreements
Energy moves to ensure compliance of IPP implementation agreementsArticle

Government needs to urgently ensure the compliance of implementation agreements (IAs) related to Independent Power Producers (IPPs), Energy Minister, Jeff Radebe said...

6 Sep 2018

AFASA and DAFF must work together to help black farmers
AFASA and DAFF must work together to help black farmersArticle

The African Farmers' Association of South Africa and the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries needed to collaborate to build on AFASA's work to support black farmers in accessing markets, land, water and energy...

5 Sep 2018

Energy Minister, Jeff Radebe
Energy Portfolio Committee welcomes draft IRPArticle

The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Energy says the draft Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) policy certainty to the country...

5 Sep 2018

Coal is still king and nuclear takes a backseat in draft IRP
Coal is still king and nuclear takes a backseat in draft IRPArticle

Coal will remain top of the heap, with gas and wind being the next most important contributors in the long-awaited Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), which details the country's energy mix in 2030...

28 Aug 2018

Unaccounted water costs must be included in IRP
Unaccounted water costs must be included in IRPArticle

A new report from the Life After Coal campaign calls for these costs to our water resources to be accounted for in the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) - South Africa's plan for the future electricity system...

16 Jul 2018

Small Projects IPP developers left in the dark with no answers
Small Projects IPP developers left in the dark with no answersArticle

Small power developers that invested in securing contracts in the government's renewable energy procurement programme are in the dark about...

25 Jun 2018

Mike Peo, head of infrastructure, telecoms & energy: Nedbank
Renewable projects show value of PPPs in economic growthArticle

When 27 REIPPP were signed recently, it caused a wave of positive sentiment about South Africa's commitment to establishing a viable, low-cost, sustainable energy mix.

Mike Peo 20 Jun 2018

Karel Cornelissen, CEO of Energy Partners
SA can ill-afford more delays in renewable projectsArticle

The cost of generation has been the central argument against why renewable energy can't be a major contributor to South Africa's power pool for a while now.,,

7 Jun 2018

Energy Minister Jeff Radebe
Does SA have a nuclear deal with the Russians?Article

Minister of Energy, Jeff Radebe, has said that South Africa no longer has an arrangement to procure nuclear energy with Russia...

Andre van Wyk 5 Jun 2018

Jeff Radebe, minister of energy
DoE to open fifth renewables bidding windowArticle

A fifth bidding window, worth R40-50bn, will be launched later this year as part of the Department of Energy's (DoE) REIPPPP...

1 Jun 2018

Loyiso Tyabashe, Eskom's senior manager for nuclear
#AUW2018: Eskom will continue with nuclear planning for nowArticle

If nuclear is not included in the updated Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) due out in August, then "we will close up shop and move on to the next technology"...

Nicci Botha 18 May 2018

Energy Minister, Jeff Radebe
#AUW2018: Renewables top the agenda in Radebe's speechArticle

Energy minister, Jeff Radebe, did not once mention nuclear as an option for future energy provision, instead he sang the praises of the country's successful renewables programme...

Nicci Botha 16 May 2018

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