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Updated draft IRP 2019 fails to address critical factors

Most important issue remains unspoken about.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

FirstRand and Quilter results, Comair removes Boeing 737 MAX from schedule, Ayo takes CIPC to court, rand update.

Eskom ex-acting CEO blames plant cost overruns for debt blowout

Matshela Koko denies that Eskom's debt is a result of stealing and corruption.

Ramaphosa’s economic plans blunted by foes in ANC

South Africa is being directly ruled by 'factions within the ANC', says political science professor.

PIC skirted rules by merging roles, probe hears

The positions of chief investment and executive officers were combined under former CEO Dan Matjila, according to a testimony.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Absa, Old Mutual, AVI and Rand Merchant Investment results, rand update.

SA’s land-expropriation debate: the state of play

So where do things stand?

Zuma spies sought to derail Ramaphosa’s presidential bid: report

While actively working to neutralise the insurgency against Zuma’s administration.

Arts and culture were given money in the budget. Why it matters

The cultural and creative industries are increasingly recognised as potential drivers of job creation, economic growth and development.

Johannesburg power returns after outage at Eskom substation

The blackouts are 'due to the trip on Eskom line' in the north that was undergoing planned maintenance earlier on Friday.

Land-law change seen by end-2019 at ‘very least’

Lawmakers have set up a separate ad-hoc committee to come up with the bill needed to effect the amendment.

Eskom increase may dim a good inflation outlook

Higher power prices could add to domestic inflation pressures.

More pain ahead as Nersa grants Eskom 9.4% increase for 2019/20

Nersa says it is aiming to balance the interests of Eskom and the public.

SA determined to nationalise central bank, Ramaphosa says

Ramaphosa says nationalising the central bank will affirm the nation’s sovereignty.

The CIPC opens with an aggressive gambit

Novel approach, but is the CIPC backed by the Companies Act?
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