Kubayi defends Joemat-Pettersson over fuel stock sale

2017-05-30 19:45

Energy Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi says her predecessor did not intend to mislead Parliament about the Strategic Fuel Fund's stock sale.

EXCLUSIVE: New chapter for nuclear firm as Russia pays Necsa R1.7m

2016-10-11 09:50

SA’s state-owned nuclear company Necsa has received R1.7m as part of a fabrication contract to manufacture nuclear reactor components for Russia, it has announced.

Crucial nuclear power deal issue cleared

2015-09-01 15:19

The agreements that SA signed with five countries in preparation for its nuclear energy procurement programme are not financially binding, a committee has heard.

SA sends first 50 nuclear trainees to China

2015-04-21 17:07

Fifty SA trainees have left for China to embark on a 4-month nuclear training stint, kicking off an extensive programme with the Chinese nuclear industry.

PetroSA move 'victory for political pressure'

2014-11-28 11:10

The DA has hailed the decision to fire Tshepo Kgadima as director and chairperson of PetroSA as a victory for political pressure.

ANC: Focus on energy needs, not Zuma

2014-09-28 13:38

The ANC haslashed out at media reports of President Jacob Zuma orchestrating a R1 trillion nuclear power deal with Russia.

Nuclear deal open to mass corruption - DA

2014-09-25 16:33

South Africans must stand up against what appears to be potential for corruption on a grand scale regarding the nuclear plan with Russia, says DA leader Helen Zille.

Joemat-Pettersson leaves with 'head held high'

2014-05-26 11:13

Former Agriculture Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson says she did her best in the portfolio, and leaves with her head held high.

Joemat-Pettersson feels for small fishers

2014-04-02 14:40

Fisheries Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson is taking the complaints of those who were not successful in fishing rights applications seriously, says her office.

What will challenge SA agriculture in 2014

2014-01-05 12:37

Stakeholders in the agriculture industry should remain calm in the face of emotionally charged debates about land, warns an expert.


Maths and politics

2016-12-11 06:37

Scathing criticisms were levelled at the department of energy’s new draft Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) this week in Boksburg, especially the “illogical” bias against renewable energy.

Expose any nuclear corruption now, says minister

2015-09-02 08:38

Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson has called for anyone with information that shows corruption in the the nuclear energy programme to report it now.

DA slams energy minister over PetroSA R14.9bn loss

2015-07-23 13:55

Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson should return to South Africa immediately to answer for PetroSA’s R14.9bn loss, says the Democratic Alliance.

Govt at war with itself over Eskom - DA

2015-01-07 17:30

Government is at an ideological war with itself over whether to keep the Eskom monopoly or to allow greater market participation and competition, says the DA.

Nuclear: Govt concludes workshop

2014-11-26 18:56

A nuclear vendor workshop with China, France, South Korea, and the USA has been concluded, the energy department says.

Zuma did not interfere in nuclear deal - Dept

2014-09-27 18:09

The energy department has denied a report that President Jacob Zuma interfered with the nuclear deal with Russia and instructed Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson to sign the deal.

Zuma 'creating jobs for pals'

2014-05-26 14:33

President Jacob Zuma is more concerned about creating jobs for his friends than good governance, the DA says, while other organisations have welcomed new Cabinet appointments.

Fishing exemption order extended

2014-04-24 17:07

Commercial line fishermen who were unsuccessful in their applications for new rights can continue fishing for now, the Western Cape High Court orders.

End to meat export ban in sight

2014-02-19 14:55

SA has met conditions to recover its foot and mouth disease-free status, paving the way for meat export bans to be lifted, says the agriculture ministry.

Madonsela reports expose 'plunder, rot'

2013-12-01 09:02

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's preliminary reports on President Jacob Zuma’s administration is said to paint a shocking picture of plunder, patronage and rot.

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