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Medupi Impasse

Category State Property News

The red abnormal load lorryto deliver its 38000kg, two-storey-high cargo of ducting component to Eskom’s Medupi power station. At 3pm the driver unhook

Experts see potential in Karoo Gas

Category State Property News

SHALE gas could provide an affordable feedstock for cleanerburning gas-fired power plants in the country “if managed effectively and responsibly”

Construction to start on PE's first windfarm

Category State Property News

Construction on a wind farm to supply power to the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is due to start near Port Elizabeth soon, MetroWind said yesterday. Th

MEC hails renewable energy hub for province

Category State Property News

THE KwaZulu-Natal provincial government, along with Durban municipality, have teamed up with leading international renewable energy institutions to create an

Tshwane has bold vision for development

Category State Property News

TSHWANE, one of the largest metropolitan areas in SA, is opening a new chapter by developing the municipality into a first-class destination for visitors, in

Director-general's 'dodgy' deal in KwaZulu-Natal

Category State Property News

THE KwaZulu-Natal government is trying to cancel an estimated R240-million lease deal for a 14-storey building which is only being partially used. Alread

Eskom hit by ballooning costs

Category State Property News

DELAYS in road infrastructure spending and poor coal volume and quality at some mines, resulting in the purchase of more expensive coal, are the main challen

2010 Stadiums a white elephant?

Category State Property News

Many of the stadiums built or upgraded for the 2010 Fifa World Cup are in danger of becoming white elephants, Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula said on Monday.

Labour to dispense justice in leasing

Category State Property News

THE labour courts have had to dispense justice while grappling with space constraints, lease problems and even an eviction order. Labour Court Judge Pres

Big setback for nuclear build plans' if Necsa sheds 250

Category State Property News

THE South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) is retrenching 250 employees, accelerating the loss of scarce skills as SA plans a huge nuclear build pr

 
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