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Click on a link below to download or view the result/report in the provided table here below. File format and sizes are indicated along with the release date. Alternatively right click on the link and choose "save as" to save the report to your device. Date Desciption Format 06/11/2017 Unaudited interim results for the six months ended 31 August 2017: Presentation 2.1MB 06/11/2017 Unaudited interim results for the six months ended 31 August 2017: Sens Release and Commentary 1.7MB 06/11/2017 Unaudited interim results for the six months ended 31 August 2017: Webcast Webcast08/09/2017 2017 Annual General Meeting Webcast

Click on a link below to download or view the result/report in the provided table here below. File format and sizes are indicated along with the release date. Alternatively right click on the link and choose "save as" to save the report to your...

Click on a link below to download or view the result/report in the provided table here below. File format and sizes are indicated along with the...

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No further IRP consultations as Cabinet approves plan and 27 renewables projects

No further IRP consultations as Cabinet ...

Energy Minister David Mahlobo reported on Thursday that Cabinet approved an updated Integrated Resource Plan IRP for electricity during a marathon 12-hour meeting on Wednesday and that the new plan would be published without any further public consultation. Briefing the media at an ‘Energy Indaba’ convened by the Department of Energy DoE , Mahlobo said the updated plan had retained the relative contributions of each of the generation technologies included in the IRP 2010. However, the mix had been adjusted for a lower demand forecast. Therefore, while the proportional contributions of each technology remained in line with the 2010 plan, the capacity allocated to coal, solar, wind, hydro and...

Energy Minister David Mahlobo reported on Thursday that Cabinet approved an updated Integrated Resource Plan IRP for electricity during a marathon 12-hour meeting on Wednesday and that the new plan would be published without any further public...

Energy Minister David Mahlobo reported on Thursday that Cabinet approved an updated Integrated Resource Plan IRP for electricity during a marathon...

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Mokonyane urges business community to invest in water infrastructure

Mokonyane urges business community to in...

South African minister of water and sanitation, Nomvula Mokonyane, on Tuesday urged the business community to invest in the country’s water security in a bid to prevent the collapse of one of the sectors on which the economy rests. Speaking at the Water Infrastructure Investment Summit 2017 in Johannesburg, Mokonyane said the conversation aims to shift the water and sanitation sector investment landscape to a space that is open and enabling for investment and inclusive growth opportunities. Mokonyane said that investment in the water sector would also mean the emergence of new players, specifically blacks, women and the youth. “We are seeking a new partnership with the business and...

South African minister of water and sanitation, Nomvula Mokonyane, on Tuesday urged the business community to invest in the country’s water security in a bid to prevent the collapse of one of the sectors on which the economy rests. Speaking at the...

South African minister of water and sanitation, Nomvula Mokonyane, on Tuesday urged the business community to invest in the country’s water security...

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CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING NEWS

CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING NEWS

Report: Governments own most African infrastructure projects Governments remain the single largest developers of infrastructure projects - a common thread emanating from the 2017 edition of the Deloitte Africa Construction Trends Report. This is supported by the fact that governments own between 57% and 90% of tracked projects per region. Moreover, it shows the varied impact of the private sector across the various regions. Photo credit: © Ivan Kruk 123rf.com The report draws attention to the fact that infrastructure development on the African continent include 303 projects valued at 50m or above, that have broken ground since 1 June 2017. In total, these projects are worth 307bn....

Report: Governments own most African infrastructure projects Governments remain the single largest developers of infrastructure projects - a common thread emanating from the 2017 edition of the Deloitte Africa Construction Trends Report. This is...

Report: Governments own most African infrastructure projects Governments remain the single largest developers of infrastructure projects - a common...

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