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EDF Energies Nouvelles builds second wind farm in SA

15 Sep 2015 /  Anna Hirtenstein, Bloomberg
The Chaba wind farm will provide enough electricity for 14,000 homes.

Eskom cuts power, sees tight supply this week

15 Sep 2015 /  Sarah McGregor, Bloomberg
First rolling blackouts for in more than a month.

SA to decide next year on new steel mill amid glut

14 Sep 2015 /  Bloomberg
The new mill would produce steel cheaper than other incumbents through utilizing its own sources of inputs

Remember the BRICS bank?

14 Sep 2015 /  Patrick Cairns
It launched officially two months ago, but has it already outlived its relevance?

Youth employment law is helping

14 Sep 2015 / 
But it could do with some tweaking.

Zimbabwe court charges South Africans over attempt to export wildlife

13 Sep 2015 /  Reuters
Three men charged with illegally capturing 29 sable antelopes and attempting to export them without a permit.

Murdered South African Catholic takes step to sainthood

13 Sep 2015 /  Reuters
Benedict Daswa was beatified by the Roman Catholic Church on Sunday.

Analysts baffled as unsecured lender tops SA banks

11 Sep 2015 /  Bloomberg
Investors are favoring the shares of the biggest lender.

Remedy for the weak rand: Win the world cup

11 Sep 2015 /  Patrick Cairns
Can the Springboks move markets?

Free State declares drought disaster

10 Sep 2015 /  Tshepiso Mokhema, Bloomberg
'Even if it rains now or tomorrow, this drought is not going to be over' - Free State Agriculture Department.

July factory production up 5.6% y/y

10 Sep 2015 /  Reuters
Up 0.3% on a month-on-month basis.

Malema ejected from parliament for calling deputy president “murderer”

9 Sep 2015 /  Reuters
Accused Ramaphosa of having a hand in the 2012 killing of 34 striking miners.

SA ready to resume Iran oil imports

9 Sep 2015 /  Reuters
'For South Africa if there's a process of doing that lawfully, tomorrow we will do it.'

Q3 business confidence falls, led by retailers

9 Sep 2015 /  Reuters
Retail sales suppressed 'by growing job losses and sharply lower consumer confidence' - RMB.

Why SA corporate expos are losing big money

9 Sep 2015 /  Jessica Hubbard
[Video] People are finding exhibitions to be the ‘same old'.

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