Eskom chairman joins MultiChoice board

The pay-TV operator names Jabu Mabuza and Fatai Adegboyega Sanusi as independent non-executive directors.


Vodacom chairman reflects on Eskom, YeboYethu, Please Call Me

Load-shedding, which hurt the economy and posed challenges for Vodacom’s network, was a sobering reminder of the hurdles that lie ahead, says Jabulani Moleketi.

May 22, 2019

Fourth industrial revolution can propel SA's economic growth

While Eskom's challenges remain an inhibitor to SA's economy, Industry 4.0 presents growth opportunities, says economist Mike Sch?ssler.

Apr 24, 2019

Load-shedding won't hurt local electric vehicle sales

The idea that load-shedding will having a negative impact on the local electric vehicle market is based on misinformation, say car manufacturers.

Apr 2, 2019

Eskom gets $180m loan for renewable energy

The power utility signs a loan agreement with the New Development Bank for a renewable energy project.

Mar 25, 2019

How SA's tech firms navigate load-shedding pain

Local technology companies reveal the impact of Eskom's rolling blackouts on their businesses.

Mar 20, 2019

Renewables debate rages as Eskom woes deepen

Energy experts are at odds over the costs associated with coal versus renewables, as Eskom struggles to keep the lights on.


Distributed generation can resolve SA's power crisis

While wind and solar systems could reduce significant load on municipalities, they are currently undervalued in SA.

Mar 11, 2019

President exonerates renewable energy from Eskom woes

The challenges faced by Eskom are not caused by the independent power producer programme, says the president.

Mar 4, 2019

How IEC has leveraged tech ahead of elections

The Independent Electoral Commission moves with the times, introducing a system to allow political parties to submit their candidate lists online.


Govt unfazed by labour fears, commits to renewables

Cabinet pledges to continue the expansion of renewable energy amid strong opposition from trade unions.

Feb 25, 2019

Radebe defends R209bn renewables deals

The energy minister says renewables have attracted billions in investment, and rubbishes claims he has vested interests in the programme.

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