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JSE reflects doubts about government’s infrastructure plan

26 Oct 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   7
Construction company share prices remain muted.

Eskom bets R20bn on a second life for Koeberg

24 Oct 2020 /  Antony Sguazzin, Bloomberg   3
Starts installing new steam generators at the plant before approval.

Most asset managers ignore diversity when investing, study shows

24 Oct 2020 /  Suzy Waite, Bloomberg   1
Undercutting the sector’s push for women in leadership.

Eskom aims for steady improvement in plant performance

22 Oct 2020 /  Alexander Winning, Reuters  
CEO says the utility's on track to reduce its headcount to 38 000 staff from 44 000, by end 2023.

Wind, solar the cheapest power source in most places: BNEF

19 Oct 2020 /  Jeremy Hodges, Bloomberg   2
However, constraints suggest renewables will gain no more than 70% and 80% of the electricity generation market.

Preparation is the key to successfully selling your business

13 Oct 2020 /  Ryk van Niekerk  
Key points to consider: the market, business and owner readiness.

Mining exploration finally gets some love from regulators    

12 Oct 2020 /  Ciaran Ryan   6
Industry wants government to emulate Canada’s hugely successful exploration model to unlock financing.

PPC to tackle $150m DRC debt, then embark on planned rights issue

12 Oct 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   1
Group also plans to reduce its headcount by 10% and dispose of non-core assets.

R30bn Mooikloof project ‘raises red flags’

7 Oct 2020 /  Adi Kumar   42
Our obsession with mega projects is not good for South Africa – Development Action Group.

Height of fashion?

4 Oct 2020 /  Sonya Dowsett and George Obulutsa, Reuters   2
Clothes mountains build up as recycling breaks down.

Infrastructure: Construction industry ready and able to deliver

30 Sep 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   16
But it's concerned about projects taking too long to be awarded, the skills flight and corruption.

Steep rise in poultry prices expected

29 Sep 2020 /  Melitta Ngalonkulu   4
Due to increased import tariffs and the impact of the weakened rand on local broiler producer prices.

New twist in R429m civil damages claim against construction companies

28 Sep 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   8
Claim against WBHO, Aveng and Stefanutti Stocks relates to collusion and bid-rigging ahead of 2010 Fifa World Cup.

Ford invests around R138m in a new Silverton plant facility

14 Sep 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   3
Motor giant aims to double production to 200 000 units a year over the next three to four years.

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