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SOUTH AFRICA: New Eskom pricing can crush solar in South Africa

  • Date: 06-10-19
  • Category: SOUTH AFRICA
  • Source: My Broadband

Eskom is considering a new pricing structure which will have a material impact on the value proposition of solar installations.

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SOUTH AFRICA: Mantashe calls out mining industry on planned retrenchments

JOHANNESBURG - Mineral Resources and Energy Gwede Mantashe this week launched a scathing criticism on plans by the mining industry to retrench more people in an economy that is barely growing.

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SOUTH AFRICA: Fedusa slams Perx over retrenchments and proposed salary reductions

  • Date: 05-10-19
  • Category: SOUTH AFRICA
  • Source: Eye Witness News

JOHANNESBURG – The Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) has slammed telecommunications company Perx's plans to retrench over 400 workers it outsourced from Telkom over 15 months ago.

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SOUTH AFRICA: Mark Cutifani’s vision to reboot SA mining

There was a sense at the Joburg Indaba on Thursday that mining’s long-predicted date with the undertaker may have been postponed.

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SOUTH AFRICA: Mathunjwa decries government snubbing AMCU's elective congress

  • Date: 02-10-19
  • Category: SOUTH AFRICA
  • Source: Eye Witness News

JOHANNESBURG - The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) on Tuesday decried government ministers’ snubbing of its elective congress last week.

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SOUTH AFRICA: SA fuel industry choking, more EVs switch on

CAPE TOWN - South Africa is in the grip of an energy crisis and Eskom is just part of it - there are also deep structural problems in the petroleum industry.

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SOUTH AFRICA: Mathunjwa retains Amcu presidency

  • Date: 20-09-19
  • Category: SOUTH AFRICA
  • Source: Mail and Guardian

Joseph Mathunjwa has been elected to serve another term as the president of Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu).

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SOUTH AFRICA: SA mine safety inspectorate warns of increased safety audits to curb Q4 complacency

THE Department of Minerals and Energy (DMRE) said it would increase safety audits at mines across South Africa during the fourth quarter in order to avoid an increase in the year-end accident and fatality rate.

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