Just when the country thought a cold front was bad enough, Eskom’s load-shedding said “hello darkness, my old friend”.
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Cape Town is seeking to secure more than 450 megawatts of power from renewable sources to cut reliance on state power utility Eskom and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
After a wave of violence and destruction in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, which saw 161 liquor outlets and distribution centres looted and damaged, the alcohol industry has called for the ban on the sale of alcohol to be lifted so that legal businesses can operate.
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The Department of Transport recently announced the phased introduction of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) regulations, including the introduction of a points-based licence demerit system for traffic offences.
More than a month after South Africa’s last schedule of load shedding, it would appear that more power cuts might be due this week.
Jobs portal CareerJunction has published its latest jobs index, highlighting the current state of the job market in the country right now.
The Department of Basic Education has published the updated return dates and plans for schools in South Africa.
The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy said it had implemented the regulations prohibiting the sale and dispensing of petrol and diesel into containers in the interest of public safety as the riots continue.
Nuclear energy has long been a contentious issue in South Africa. Des Muller, co-spokesperson for the SA Nuclear Build Platform writes about why nuclear energy remains so attractive for South Africa’s energy industry.
SOUTH Africa’s mining production grew 21.9 percent year-on-year in May following the record 117.4 percent growth a month earlier, but fell by 3.5 percent month-on-month, Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) said.
A Google My Maps user created a riot tracker tool to keep South Africans safe as protests and looting continue in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng
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