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Eskom to challenge 9.4% Nersa tariff award in High Court as...

ESKOM, the South African power utility, plans to challenge a tariff structure apportioned to it by the country's energy regulator in court, said Bloomberg...

Eskom in “a death spiral”, says Mabuza in presentation to parliament...

SOUTH Africa's state-owned electricity utility company, Eskom, was unable to survive without government support. This is according to Jabu Mabuza, interim CEO and chairman of...

Minerals Council warns more scrambled policy on menu for SA mining...

WHAT’S planned by the South African government is a delicate eggs en cocotte, but it’s more likely the country’s mining sector will be served...

Bushveld CEO Fortune Mojapelo confident SA market will support firm’s JSE...

BUSHVELD Minerals was confident South African investors would support the firm's Johannesburg listing later this year owing to its "... unique vertical value proposition...

Zimbabwe hoping to ease electricity shortage after paying regional provider

ZIMBABWE looks set to ease its electricity shortage problems after paying debt owned to a regional supplier, said Reuters. George Guvamatanga, secretary for Zimbabwe's ministry...

A year after buying Anglo mines, Seriti’s Teke content with R2.7bn...

SERITI Resources is one of five companies thought to have been short-listed by South32 in terms of its planned sale of South African Energy...

Eskom two-year bailout, unbundling plan set down in London meeting

SOUTH Africa's power utility, Eskom, would be unbundled in two years after which the government would decide whether a further bailout was required. Eskom has...

Eskom’s Mabuza targets unions as key to brief CEO tenure as...

ESKOM'S acting CEO, Jabu Mabuza, put the improvement of relations between the power utility and its unions as a key target for his brief...

Project Halo insists R3.05bn bid for Optimum Coal Mines is the...

PROJECT Halo, the company that submitted a R3.05bn offer to take Optimum Coal Mines out of business rescue, remained the preferred bidder for the...

Eskom too big to fail but Govt. facing giant task as...

THE South African government is facing a mammoth task turning around Eskom where debt has increased to R500bn, according to Bloomberg News drawing on...