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EngineeringNews 9h
Radebe insists IRP to be approved soon | Tax Bills signed into law | IEA sees oil demand growth -
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EngineeringNews 18h
Location a key discussion point as Saudi Aramco mulls South African refinery investment: “Location, location, location,” South Africa’s Minister Jeff Radebe quipped on Friday after a meeting with his Saudi counterpart, Khalid Al-Falih, where it was…
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EngineeringNews 20h
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EngineeringNews 21h
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EngineeringNews 21h
President signs into law three 2018 tax Bills: President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed into law three 2018 tax Bills that give legislative effect to the tax proposals announced by former Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba in his yearly National Budget Speech on…
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EngineeringNews 24h
Saudi Arabia plans oil refinery, petrochemicals plant in South Africa: Saudi Arabia plans to build an oil refinery and a petrochemicals plant in South Africa as part of $10-billion of investments in the country, Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said…
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EngineeringNews Jan 18
African entities urged to be proactive in growing the continent's economies -
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EngineeringNews Jan 18
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EngineeringNews Jan 17
Transnet to pursue settlements with rail OEMs | SARB holds repo rate | First Oxford Parks building completed -
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EngineeringNews Jan 17
R35m clothing firm to stimulate textile sector in KZN: Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Bulelani Magwanishe and KwaZulu-Natal Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs MEC Sihle Zikalala will, on January 22, launch a multimillion-rand…
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EngineeringNews Jan 17
Tulisa cleared of cable price-fixing charges: The Competition Tribunal has dismissed a case of price fixing against power cable manufacturer Tulisa, after finding that there was insufficient evidence to show the company had been part of a cartel that had…
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EngineeringNews Jan 17
Vaal River system water levels show year-on-year decline: The water levels across the 14 dams forming part of the Integrated Vaal River System (IVRS) continue to decline. A Department of Water and Sanitation statement on Thursday indicates that the high…
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EngineeringNews Jan 16
SA to demonstrate country’s ‘stronger footing’ at WEF | Alliance to End Plastic Waste launched | Tullow hit by payment delay -
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EngineeringNews Jan 16
Team SA to demonstrate country’s ‘stronger footing’ at this year’s WEF: Team South Africa will be taking a unified approach to this year’s edition of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and will convey the message that the country is on a stronger footing…
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EngineeringNews Jan 16
Corruption, weak governance hinders sub-Saharan Africa’s economic growth – IMF: Countries in sub-Saharan Africa could strengthen their economic performance by improving governance and reducing corruption, a working paper published by the International…
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EngineeringNews Jan 16
Top execs from Eskom, Wescoal, Canyon Coal, Anglo American, Richards Bay Coal Terminal, Project Halo and others will present at the Southern African Coal Conference. Take advantage of the first-rate learning & networking opportunities.Register today:
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EngineeringNews Jan 15
Ramaphosa says Eskom challenges are being addressed: President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday said that government was taking necessary steps to address challenges faced by Eskom as it remained an albatross around the country's neck. Ramaphosa was speaking…
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EngineeringNews Jan 15
Don’t hurt farmers with higher electricity tariffs, says Agri Western Cape: Sharp electricity tariff hikes would have a major detrimental effect on the agricultural sector, Agri Western Cape has said during public hearings into electricity tariffs. In…
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EngineeringNews Jan 15
Radebe confirmed as Ministerial keynote speaker for Africa Energy Indaba: Energy Minister Jeff Radebe will deliver a Ministerial keynote address at this year’s Africa Energy Indaba.   The indaba will be held at the Sandton Convention Centre on February…
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EngineeringNews Jan 14
Department of Energy Minister Jeff Radebe will deliver a Ministerial Keynote Address at Africa Energy Indaba on 19 February 2019. Register now!
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