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SINK OR SWIM State-owned enterprises are the key to the developmental state
South Africa is staring a sovereign downgrade in the face. Global credit rating agencies are mulling over whether or not to reduce our credit rating to junk status. If that
01 Nov 2016
STRANDED ASSETS AND EXTINCTION ACCOUNTING Energy sustainability is a critical concern for South Africa… but is Eskom playing its part?
I was struck by a recent Bloomberg article titled New Energy Outlook 2016, Long-Term Projections of the Global Energy Sector, #NEO2016. It highlighted that we need to think about
26 Oct 2016
CRISIS IN GREEN Eskom has put more than renewable energy at risk with its decision to put new agreements with Independent Power Producers' (IPP) renewable energy programmes on hold until it has engaged with the Department of Energy. Bruce Raw (GreenCape Energy Programme Manager) examines what's at stake.
The true impact of cancellations, delays and uncertainty around the IPP and renewable energy programmes go much further than the energy sector. It puts at risk thousands of
19 Sep 2016
Moody's Ba1 rating for Eskom from Moody's
Moody’s Investors Service (Moody’s) has affirmed Eskom’s credit rating of Ba1 with a negative outlook this after the rating agency affirmed South Africa’s
11 May 2016
ELECTRIFYING AFRICA Leadership talks to Powertech CEO Neil Kayton about the power business in a globalised world
One of the biggest problems South Africa currently faces is a lack of power, or more specifically, electricity. Recent years have shown, more clearly than ever, that power
04 Sep 2014 - R. S.
Light at end of the SA electricity tunnel Policy changes can dramatically brighten power future
While South Africa faces a winter with a high risk of disruptions in electricity supply, future prospects on this front could look considerably brighter in the not too distant future.
30 Apr 2013
Electricity woes Interesting twists and turns to Eskom/BHP Billiton spat
The spat that recently broke out between state-owned electricity utility Eskom and its former sweetheart client, BHP Billiton, after Eskom set out to cancel contractual arrangements
16 Apr 2013 - S. T.
South African economy Country’s sustainability dilemmas continue mounting
The 8% per annum tariff increase just granted to national electricity utility, Eskom, again served to focus attention on the escalating number of sustainability dilemmas faced by the South African economy
11 Mar 2013 - S. T.
Electricity tariff hike Consumers smile, but will Eskom keep the lights on with 8%?
Consumers across the board are smiling after Eskom was granted only an 8% tariff increase instead of the 16% it had requested.
05 Mar 2013 - S. T.
New Age can of worms An egg dance of note by all concerned
Issues arising from the affairs of The New Age (TNA) newspaper and the wealthy Gupta family over the past two weeks have caused an egg dance of note among a wide range of prominent and disparate South African
26 Feb 2013 - S. T.




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