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Shell seismic tests approval complied with rules, Mantashe says
Call to government for aid in South Africa's tourism recovery
#BizTrends2022: Trends forecast for the renewable energy sector
#BizTrends2022: Working towards a just energy transition
Legacy energy infrastructure: The hidden threat to our climate
Renewable sector must educate users or risk the same wrath being directed at Eskom
Transforming the fuel sector of South Africa
"Go to hell Shell" - protesters
Shell wins court case to start seismic surveys offshore South Africa
Report: Developing 'future-fit' South African cities and engaging in a just transition
Eskom CEO sees end to crisis in shift from coal
The future of SA utility management into 2022 and beyond
Zambia places sole petroleum refinery under care and maintenance
Energy wheeling, MER Initiative promising developments in SA's energy security
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SA to receive $8.5bn from US, EU and UK to speed up shift from coal
25 renewable energy preferred bidders announced
SA's energy landscape is evolving, partly driven by climate change goals
Africans call on global community to honour commitment to 'just, inclusive' energy transition
Tackling energy security in SA - key approaches to meeting present, future demand
Nersa, Eskom head to court over pricing
SA banks say they can't cut off funding for coal just yet
Load shedding - how to keep your productivity up when the power goes down
SA plans next phase of new 2,500MW nuclear plant
South Africa's troubled power utility is being reset: CEO sets out how
Energy amendments set to expand markets for IPPs, says Scatec
How the South African government can boost its credibility in the agricultural sector
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Subsurface water banking for water security and climate resilience
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Ghana produces excess electricity but its management is inefficient. Wikimedia Commons
Clean sources, job security are crucial to SA's energy future
NJ Ayuk, Africa Energy Chamber executive chairman
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South Africa's carbon emission targets not nearly ambitious enough
Herman de Kock, executive head of sales, Nedbank Business Banking
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Why renewable energy won't end energy poverty in Zimbabwe
In conversation with Neale Hill on Ford's R1bn investment
Uganda, Tanzania sign $3.5bn oil pipeline deal
How small businesses can tackle the loadshedding dilemma
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Deputy president, David Mabuza
2020 a slow year for dealmaking in Africa, but post-pandemic opportunities look promising - Part 2
Koeberg nuclear power station
Defy launches solar hybrid appliance range in SA
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