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Electric cars are going to suck up 9% of world’s power demand

The growth is driven by battery prices that are expected to fall by two-thirds by 2030.

Will SA banks pursue open banking before they need to?

Global trends and the ability to deliver true real-time banking functionality make it likely.

Audit failures a result of poor governance

Corporate governance activist Linda de Beer on the audit profession's fall from grace.

Largest industrialised countries march toward renewables

Countries are moving away from oil toward natural gas and renewables.

Accounting scandals cost SA foreign investment – Manuel

Strong criticism of accounting authorities for not acting strongly and proactively following state capture and Steinhoff allegations.

Sibanye CEO says seismic events a fact of life for South Africa mines

Over 700 seismic events annually hit Driefontein, Kloof operations.

Platinum eyes gradual price recovery as deficit widens this year-GFMS

'The platinum price will start a recovery this year, albeit a gradual one'- GFMS.

Mainstream secures financing for two South African wind projects

The two wind farms will represent an investment of about R6.6 billion.

Peanut butter demand churns healthy market

Volume of peanuts utilised for peanut-butter processing grows by 23% between 2013 and 2017.

Fuel prices to rise by more than 5% in June

The price of petrol will rise by 82 cents to R15.79 per litre in Gauteng, while diesel will go up by 85 cents to R14.19 per litre.

New vehicle sales up 2.4% in May

Sales rose to 42 948 units in May.

Shell markets gas with offset package as neutral for climate

Shell takes a shot at eco-friendly projects, by packaging its natural gas as clean energy.

Miner killed in accident at Sibanye’s Driefontein mine

The miner was killed by falling rocks at the mine.

SA to open bidding round for green energy contracts in November

The bidding could unlock investment worth up to R50 billion - energy minister.
As the investment world falls more and more in love with the simplicity that ETF investing offers, index providers are realising that it comes with responsibilities. How well they manage these will affect all investors.



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