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University of Cape Town to remove Rhodes statue

Following student protests.

SA imports first yellow maize in a year

Due to drought.

NUM union to submit wage coal, gold demands

By the end of April.

South Africa’s power crisis paralyzes investment, risks rating

South Africa’s economy could have been 10% larger if power shortages hadn’t stifled growth and investment.

Eskom plant performance even worse this year – Nersa

Unplanned outages up almost 47% from 2014.

SA, US chicken producers to meet

Over trade dispute.

Eskom to implement load-shedding

Stage 1 in place from 16:00.

Golden gnu, black impala breeding may be regulated in SA

Rare-colored animals, or those with unusually large horns have become big business.

Zuma rules supreme over SA elites engulfed by chaos

Some of South Africa’s most important institutions are battling themselves.

E-toll collections deteriorating even further

Sanral requests treasury to lift debt ceiling.

Mielie belt move hindered by a lack of title deeds

'We’re losing a lot of good agricultural land, the best, in Mpumalanga because of the coal mines' - Grain SA.

Lynne Brown accepts Tsotsi’s resignation

Short-term power purchase contracts extended.

Vehicle sales barely changed y/y in March

Exports jumped by 38.5% y/y in the same month.

Vavi considers appeal

Following his expulsion from Cosatu.

Eskom: Is it raining tariff increases?

No April fool’s joke: Yet another application.
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