When herd behaviour is used for selfishness, all you’re left with is a smug sense of entitlement, writes Charlene Naidoo.
President Cyril Ramaphosa appointed three new envoys, including two former ministers, to help with his drive to attract $100bn in new investment.
Mineral resources and energy director general Thabo Mokoena told Parliament’s portfolio committee on mineral resources and energy that the department received nine judgments since January of 2018.
The weeks since President Cyril Ramaphosa announced his Cabinet have seen a steady flow of former ministers resigning as MPs.
Apart from combining departments within the economic cluster, President Cyril Ramaphosa also made new ministerial appointments. Here are the ministers Ramaphosa dropped.
BLF leader Andile Mngxitama has been ordered by the Gauteng High Court sitting in Johannesburg, to refrain from continuing to accuse billionaire and mining mogul, Patrice Motsepe, of meddling in Botswana's politics.
South Africa is in discussions with Saudi Arabia about building a new oil refinery in the country, Energy Minister Jeff Radebe said on Thursday.
In an environment in which national government cannot assure the country stable and interrupted electricity, it would be irrational to prevent Johannesburg from coming to the table with solutions, writes Herman Mashaba.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has instructed all DA-led municipalities to formulate and execute disaster plans to mitigate against infrastructural damage caused by load shedding.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane wants the government to allow billionaire Patrice Motsepe and other independent power producers to contribute to the power grid.
Minister of Energy Jeff Radebe said the lack of stability in the office of the minister, director general and deputy director general was felt in the financial health of the department as well as its state of governance.
This contradicts a previous statement by ex-minister Jeff Radebe, who said he fired the fund's former chair in mid-March.
The North Gauteng High Court on Friday ruled that the decision by former minister of energy Jeff Radebe to remove the board of the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) was unlawful
After heading seven ministries in five democratic parliaments, Jeff Radebe said he was ready to enjoy the routines of “normal life” and immerse himself into new possibilities.
At the same time, he added, the fact that SA has an abundance of coal reserves cannot be ignored, especially since the price of coal remains relatively low.
The countries signed an exploration and production sharing agreement for block B2, the second such contract since South Sudan’s independence seven years ago.
Energy Minister Jeff Radebe has hit back at reports that a costly South Sudan oil deal was shrouded in mystery.
The High Court in Pretoria has dismissed an application by the Coal Transporters Forum against Eskom, Nersa and a number of independent power producers.
The minister also said municipalities should be encouraged to get their old or non-functioning power stations working again.
Energy Minister Jeff Radebe is recovering at home, after reports emerged earlier on Wednesday that he had been rushed to hospital.
The Department of Energy's Tseliso Maqubela told Fin24 there would still be another month of collecting inputs to inform the research process.
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