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Study warns that nuclear energy will be the most expensive of the options available to SA.
Substantial increase in renewable energy by 2030 would result in far cheaper electricity than if SA persists in bid to build 9,600MW of nuclear power, study finds
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President Jacob Zuma and EFF leader Julius Malema are set for a showdown on the floor of the National Assembly.
President returns to Parliament as new parliamentary rules allowing disobedient MPs to be removed come into force, writes Wyndham Hartley
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It has denied reports that there were liquidation proceedings against it. The group admitted that it was under pressure and had initiated "structured business rescue proceedings" on affected entities to return the group to "optimal condition".
Owner of well known South African brands such as Aca Joe and Hilton Weiner looking to recapitalise struggling businesses to the tune of between R20m and R50m
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The procurement process has been shrouded in secrecy and is already under way with the Department of Energy planning to select a strategic partner by the end of the financial year.
Parliament’s portfolio committee on energy to buck trend on ‘secret’ power procurement
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Today's cartoon by Brandan Reynolds
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MOTORING | The new Land Rover Discovery Sport, which replaces the Freelander and takes on the look of the Evoque, is a potential game changer.
The Land Rover Discovery Sport delivers on its early promises, writes Mark Smyth
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Santam has launched a one-of-a-kind new app free of charge and for everyone, not only its clients.
There is now an app to make vehicle crash insurance claims easier
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Professional hunters are being vilified for being almost as rotten as, say, dentists, lawyers and short-term insurers, and rightly so.
Professional hunters are this week’s distraction because they exploit hunters’ bloodlust for mere money, writes Neels Blom
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I am staggeringly rich. I am not only one of the richest men living in Africa now but one of the richest men in the history of the world. Before I reveal my astonishing wealth, let me say how unworthy I am of it.
The rich elite have no sympathy for the unemployed and promote policies that will make their lot worse, writes Andrew Kenny
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Even if one believed the government’s estimate, its track record in managing projects of this nature, even on a smaller scale, is abysmal.
The arrogant government faces no real consequences and will have SA’s consumers on the road to ruin, writes Songezo Zibi
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Inventive publishers are now inviting writers participation through some of the financial risk write-down: become a financial partner in your book’s production, with added reward to boot.
Self-publishers have spotted a gap in an industry in flux, writes Tom Nevin
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