The mining group says it has noted media press speculation regarding the terms of the deal.
Companies are realising they can’t rely on Eskom and are consider alternative power sources to ensure business continuity.
The biggest threat to the economy is Eskom, and Ramaphosa will need help from every sphere in the country.
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The party says it will call for the debate following media reports that contractors working at Kusile Power Station have submitted claims totalling R36 billion to Eskom.
George’s position at Fedusa, as well as his position as a non-executive director of Ayo, was said to have presented a conflict of interest. 

Business News Naspers ‘very disappointed’ by prohibition to take over WeBuyCars

It is expected that the matter will be argued before the Competition Tribunal during the course of the year.

Business News I resigned because of ‘pressure, the media, governance issues’ – Ayo Technology CIO

The business is in dire need of proper corporate governance, Abdul Malick Salie’s testimony at the PIC inquiry shows.

Business News Brace yourself for more taxes on fuel, economists say

The government needs money desperately after the state capture looting, they say, and taxpayers can expect more fuel levies and higher taxes.

Business News Anglo American opens $62m PGM smelter at Unki mine, Zimbabwe

The smelter has been described as a strategic investment and is set to help the company meet local beneficiation commitments.

Business News Online banking fraud still on the rise in SA – banking ombudsman

The ombudsman’s report stated that 7,307 cases were closed last year – 12% more than in 2017 and an increase of 40% over the last two years.

Business News De Beers approves seventh diamond recovery vessel for Namibia

Some of the highest quality diamonds in the world are found at sea off the Namibian coast.

Business News Competition Commission moves to stop Naspers from buying 60% of WeBuyCars

The proposed merger would result in the removal of potential competition, the commission said.

Business News Dis-Chem revenue up 10% in year to February

Despite a tough economic environment, the retailer says it improved market share across all of its core categories.

Business News PIC’s investment of R1.2bn in failed chicken farm unpacked at inquiry

UDM’s Bantu Holomisa alleges that ‘a cartel of PIC beneficiaries’ were being ’empowered continuously’.

Business News The PIC and VBS-linked deals that will keep lawyers busy

An application to liquidate two small companies reveals the movement of millions of rand.

Business News SA’s nuclear reactor shut down – again

The shutdown is costing a state-owned energy company an estimated R3.5 million a day in lost sales.

Business News Commission recommends Naspers purchase of WeBuyCars be prohibited

The Commission provided evidence that the deal could prevent or lessen competition in the market and result in used-car customers paying higher prices.

Business News White males at the helm of private sector ‘keeping’ majority out – NYDA

The chairperson says the time has come to decisively attend to the pertinent issue of youth unemployment and to stop paying lip service.

Business News Court action suspended, parties agree on more transparency in chicken industry

In a statement, an association says the move to lift the veil of secrecy effectively averted a protracted court battle.



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