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Can implementation of recommendations in Zondo report save South Africa?

Transgressors must face the consequences on an urgent basis if South Africa is to restore trust and faith in Government and its structures.

Garob wind farm ready for commercial operation

The facility is situated in the Northern Cape province, an area that is fast becoming a renewable energy hub in South Africa.

MCSA members can provide Eskom a buffer: government needs to step up

Electricity prices have increased six-fold over 10 years and are now the 2nd-largest cost after salaries for electricity intensive mines.

Minerals Council South Africa supports Eskom leadership team

The council urges government to shorten bureaucratic processes that are hindering Eskom’s ability to procure required spares.

NUM backs Mantashe’s call on coal

The NUM is opposed to the 131 billion offered to South Africa by developed countries so it can accelerate the closure of coal power stations.

ESG-related litigation looms for mining, oil, and gas companies

These sectors will feel the brunt of the increasing prominence of ESG issues and the recalibration of societal norms towards sustainability.

The evolution of South Africa’s energy landscape

By 2030, it is envisaged that SA will have about 8 000 MW of solar PV, 17 000 MW of wind power and 6 000 MW of gas/diesel.

Exxaro and Seriti Resources join forces to attain a low carbon future

This is symbiotic with Eskom’s mandate to provide electricity in a sustainable manner, which includes decarbonising its supply chain.

Enlit Africa confirms sit-down with Eskom GCE André de Ruyter in October

Eskom GCE to give more insight into Eskom’s COP26 journey and the anticipated outcomes.

SA needs rapid development of about 15 new coal projects

[img:Riversdale%20pile_0.jpg| ]Johannesburg, South Africa --- MININGREVIEW.COM --- 22 June 2011 - Mining companies will have to invest more than R100 billion in coal mines between now and 2018 in order to meet Eskom's future fuel demand, according to the South African national power utility.

Eskom chief commercial officer Dan Marokane said that about 15 new mining projects were required over the next two to four years alone to meet Eskom's demand.