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SA’s nuclear plant to shut unit for refuelling, maintenance

23 Jul 2015 /  Reuters  
In February, Koeberg was shut down for a similar period.

SA Reserve Bank hikes repo rate by 25bps

23 Jul 2015 /  Hanna Barry   1
Off the back of upside inflationary risks.

ArcelorMittal’s SA unit asks govt to impose steel protection tariff

23 Jul 2015 /  Reuters  
ArcelorMittal had applied for tariff protection of between 10 and 15%.

Bloodshed seen if strike called at gold mines

23 Jul 2015 /  Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg  
Chamber of Mines and unions 'far apart' in wage talks.

Analysts split as traders hedge bets on SA rate rise

23 Jul 2015 /  Xola Potelwa, Bloomberg  
Not much consensus among traders either.

Parliamentary committee criticize workmanship at President’s home

23 Jul 2015 /  Hilton Shone, Bloomberg  
Says the reported costs of R206m costs may have been inflated.

Kumba vs. Amplats: A tale of two subsidiaries

23 Jul 2015 /  Sungula Nkabinde  
Comparing Anglo American’s big babies, who both released interim results this week.

SA farmers need more government help – study

22 Jul 2015 /  Tshepiso Mokhema, Bloomberg  
'A lack of subsidies is making competition with other nations more difficult'.

Load limiting the way to go – City Power

22 Jul 2015 /  Tumisang Ndlovu   5
Smart meter electricity consumption to be controlled.

Inflation rate gains less than forecast to 4.7%

22 Jul 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff, Bloomberg   1
Analysts remain divided on whether the Sarb will increase the repo rate on Thursday/

SA should manage the nuclear project

22 Jul 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert   1
The first power is possible in 2023, says Nuclear Africa.

Southern Africa energy ministers to mull renewables research hub

21 Jul 2015 /  Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg  
As countries battle blackouts.

A jump to the left or a step to the right?

21 Jul 2015 /  Sungula Nkabinde   2
As the MPC ponders a rate increase, economists are at odds over the efficacy of SA's monetary policy.

Mines minister appeals for calm after platinum belt protests

20 Jul 2015 /  Reuters  
Operations affected by disruptions have not yet been disclosed.

Tourism index drops on visa restrictions

20 Jul 2015 /  Reuters   1
New visa legislation contributes to drop in tourism activity, the Tourism Business Council said.

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