Tag: Energy

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16 Mar 21  News
Country focus Consumer protection bodies reminded of mandate (SAnews) Trade, Industry and Competition Deputy Minister Nomalungelo Gina has reminded regulators with consumer prote...
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08 Mar 21  News
Country focus Angola: IMF Hails Angola's Economic Reforms Amid Covid-19 (All Africa) Despite the effects of Covid-19 on all economies in the world, the Angolan government had alr...
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02 Mar 21  News
Country focus  Namibia edges closer to South Africa with customs connectivity (The South African) Namibia introduced customs connectivity with South Africa in February. The ...
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25 Feb 21  News
Country focus Mboweni unveils R2 trillion Budget, focus on vaccine rollout, efficient spending (Eyewitness News) Every national budget, in every nation across the globe, is a bal...
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09 Dec 20  News
National This is the single biggest threat to South Africa right now: Ramaphosa (BusinessTech) President Cyril Ramaphosa says that South Africa’s 13.5% rebound in GDP during th...
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24 Nov 20  News
National South Africa’s refinery woes raise reliance on fuel imports (BusinessTech) South Africa, which buys nearly a third of its fuel requirements from overseas, is undergoin...
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02 Nov 20  News
National Trade stats shows domestic recession keeps imports low (Fin24) A recovery in commodity prices and global demand saw SA record a trade surplus of R109.5 billion for the t...
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20 Oct 20  News
National South Africa’s track record bodes ill for investment drive (IOL) South Africa will be hard pressed to realise its ambitions of attracting R1 trillion ($61 billion) of ...
Legal principles pertaining to the powers exercised by South Africa’s energy regulator (Nersa) – what we can learn from recent court cases?

Legal principles pertaining to the powers exercised by South Africa’s energy regulator (Nersa) – what we can learn from recent court cases?

15 Oct 20  Publications
Services are vital for economic growth. The services sector is the most rapidly growing segment of the world economy. It adds significant value to manufacturing and agricultural pr...
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16 Jul 20  News
Okonjo-Iweala unfolds plans to rejuvenate WTO (ThisDay) While noting that micro, small and medium scale enterprises have been bruised by the COVID-19, she stressed the need for di...
Africa will need a lot of energy to power its COVID-19 recovery, says Vera Songwe

Africa will need a lot of energy to power its COVID-19 recovery, says Vera Songwe

16 Jul 20  News
Africa will need a lot of energy to build back better in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), Vera Songwe, sa...
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15 May 20  News
Updates on the closure of the Nakonde border post, COVID-19 testing for truck drivers Zambia reopens border with Tanzania to cargo after COVID-19 closure. ”Trucks from both ...
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14 May 20  News
WTO Director-General Roberto Azevedo plans to depart: The WTO will make an announcement Thursday about its Director-General Roberto Azevedo, a spokesman said, following reports he ...
The Energy Crisis: How will Investors look at South Africa now?

The Energy Crisis: How will Investors look at South Africa now?

01 Mar 19  Blog
South Africa has traditionally been associated with Africa’s best infrastructure, giving it an obvious advantage in terms of attracting investment and boosting further industrial...
Energy implications of higher economic growth in Africa

Energy implications of higher economic growth in Africa

21 Aug 18  News
EIA’s International Energy Outlook 2018 focuses on uncertainty in economic projections for China, India, and Africa China, India, and Africa are three of the most populated...
Trade in services for inclusive and sustainable development: Water and sanitation, energy and food-related logistics

Trade in services for inclusive and sustainable development: Water and sanitation, energy and food-related logistics

08 May 18  News
Experts met in Geneva from 7-8 May 2018 to examine how to facilitate and expand services trade to achieve the relevant Sustainable Development Goals under the 2030 Agenda, with a f...
Africa’s energy transition: Opportunities and challenges for decent work

Africa’s energy transition: Opportunities and challenges for decent work

24 Apr 18  News
Africa’s energy landscape is changing, but not in a uniform direction. New discoveries of oil and gas are accompanying the expansion of renewable energy generation. What does the...
First Ordinary Session of the African Union STC Sub-Committee on Energy

First Ordinary Session of the African Union STC Sub-Committee on Energy

13 Mar 18  News
The African Union, in collaboration with Government of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, is organizing the First Ordinary Session of the STC Sub-Committee on Energy of the STC on...
The growing importance of gas in the Africa energy mix

The growing importance of gas in the Africa energy mix

21 Feb 18  News
The 3rd Africa Gas Forum took place on Monday, 19th February 2018 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa and is aligned as an official side event of th...
East African Community adopts its energy security agenda

East African Community adopts its energy security agenda

08 Dec 17  News
The East African Community (EAC) has adopted its Energy Security Policy Framework seeking to ensure the security of the region’s biomass, electricity, and oil and gas supplies. ...