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SA factories flirting with recession amid power shortages

22 Apr 2015 /  Vuyani Ndaba, Reuters  
Growth to remain subdued this year.

Eskom says two new coal plants ready by 2021

22 Apr 2015 /  Reuters   1
Medupi and Kusile are expected to add a combined 9,000 megawatts to South Africa's strained electricity grid.

Army backs SA police to stem attacks on immigrants

22 Apr 2015 /  Andre Janse van Vuuren and Lutho Mtongana, Bloomberg  
'Right now it is calm, but we are continuing to monitor the area'.

CPI bets above 6% keeps pressure on Sarb

22 Apr 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff, Bloomberg   1
South Africa's March CPI inflation accelerated to 4%.

Eskom needs up to 5 000 MW buffer to carry out repairs

22 Apr 2015 /  Reuters  
To avoid continuous power outages.

FICA set to gain more clout

22 Apr 2015 /  Hanna Barry   6
Proposed amendments recognise ‘influential persons’.

Absa using taxis to gain mass market share

21 Apr 2015 /  Hanna Barry  
Makes free, uncapped WiFi available to commuters.

SA to deploy army to fight anti-immigrant violence

21 Apr 2015 /  Reuters  
A Zimbabwean couple in Alex township was shot at in the township on Monday night.

Immigrants fear attacks, face police harassment

21 Apr 2015 /  Franz Wild and Palesa Vuyolwethu Tshandu, Bloomberg  
A congolese hairdresser said that every few weeks the police stop him on the street, ask for proof he’s in the country legally, and often demand a R50 bribe.

No power cut on Tuesday – Eskom

21 Apr 2015 /  Reuters   2
The first time in over a week that the utility will not shed electricity.

Keeping South Africa’s power problems at bay

21 Apr 2015 /  Blair Burmeister   1
An option that avoids completion and execution risk and meets delivery dates.

Corporate SA rallies against xenophobia

21 Apr 2015 /  Hanna Barry   2
As civil society, churches mobilised too.

The Flying Circus goes global

21 Apr 2015 /    
A good news government story.

Zimbabweans fleeing violence in SA return home

20 Apr 2015 /  Godfrey Marawanyika, Bloomberg  
At least seven people have died during attacks on foreigners.

SAPREF refinery on scheduled shutdown to mid-June

20 Apr 2015 /  Reuters  
Due to a fire that occurred outside the facility.

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