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Joburg’s first gas-fired power plants planned

4 Feb 2021 /  Antony Sguazzin, Bloomberg   2
Harith is also exploring options to source the fuel.

Toyota invests close to R3bn for production of new SUV at its Durban plant

29 Jan 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   10
The move will generate about R2.85bn in additional component purchases and create 1 500 new jobs.

New construction industry umbrella body gets more flak

27 Jan 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   1
Its establishment has been labelled an 'act of opportunism and tenderpreneurship' that may taint the infrastructure recovery plan.

New construction sector umbrella body aims to speak with one voice

22 Jan 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   5
But its establishment is described as a 'hostile takeover' because the three largest sector bodies have been excluded.

Operating environment potentially improves for SA cement industry

15 Jan 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   6
Applications for anti-dumping duties on imported cement and engagements with government about the designation of cement are forging ahead.

Manufacturing output down 3.5% year on year in November

12 Jan 2021 /  Reuters and Moneyweb  
Nedbank says 2021 may be slightly better.

Almost half of SA’s oil refining seen shut until 2022

11 Jan 2021 /  Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg   6
Would force heavy reliance on fuel imports.

Finding space for both wind farms and eagles in SA

9 Jan 2021 /  Megan Murgatroyd   11
Research finds 36% of birds killed by wind turbines were birds of prey.

Strikes and protests at cement transport companies are over – for now

23 Dec 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   4
PPC says cement shortage was caused by problems at Transnet and trucking industry strike.

SA’s biggest energy refinancing deal cuts power costs

16 Dec 2020 /  Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg   2
In a R5 billion transaction.

Oil refinery blast: another reason SA should take industrial risks seriously

14 Dec 2020 /  Llewellyn Leonard   20
What has government done to protect residents of communities surrounding the refinery?

Stats SA ‘grossly underestimating’ construction sector activity

11 Dec 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   5
Its surveys don't reach and reflect the size of informal construction activity in the country – Roelof Botha.

Civil project awards increase to highest level in four years

10 Dec 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   1
Supported by road and water project awards.

PPC might not proceed with its proposed rights issue

9 Dec 2020 /  Roy Cokayne  
Group achieves strong financial performance rebound post Covid-19 lockdown.

Renewable energy adds over a quarter of peak power demand

8 Dec 2020 /  Moneyweb   5
Eskom fleet performance deteriorates further, with load shedding likely in Q1 next year.

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