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Eskom needs at least R200bn from government – Busa

R100bn request 'understates severity of problem'.

SAA in talks to roll over R9.2bn of debt

The debt is due at the end of March.

SAA to reorganise in turnaround drive

The airline will be reorganised into domestic, regional and international business units, each with its own management - CEO.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Amplats results, Lungile Fuzile to testify at Zondo commission, Irba's possible power grant and more.

Bosasa to cease trading as banks close accounts

The banks say the firm poses a 'reputational risk' for them as clients.

SAPS to provide Eskom with protection – Sunday Times

To prevent sabotage as government implements plan to end outages.

A crisis far bigger than Eskom

The National Water and Sanitation Master Plan is sombre reading.

Audit firms up in arms over Irba’s possible search and seizure powers

Treasury proposals a sign of its determination to get tough.

How can Eskom turn the lights back on?

Challenges the utility faces and possible solutions.

Comair R1bn SAA windfall another financial blow for SAA

Settlement brings final end to 14-year spat.

SA says has up to 60 tcf of offshore gas potential

The government is hopeful Total's find will spur an exploration boon.

SA withdraws arrest warrant for Zuma’s friend Ajay Gupta – police

Police say the warrant can however be reinstated.

When SA cuts off power, cable thieves move in

Cable thieves are able to work during the blackouts without fear of electrocution.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Load shedding called off for now, Gold Fields results, Sibanye's planned job cuts, Vumatel's CCTV rollout, rand update.
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