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Expected petrol price for February 2017

Expected petrol price for February 2017

Fuel prices are set for another hike at the end of January, according to the Automobile Association (AA), following a hefty increase at the beginning of the year.

Energy - By Staff Writer | 16 January, 2017
Some municipalities pay up after Eskom power cut threat

Some municipalities pay up after Eskom power cut threat

Eskom has suspended power cuts to five municipalities who, together with others, owe the power utility R10.2 billion in debt, it announced on Sunday.

Energy - By News24Wire | 16 January, 2017
5 things you need to know in South Africa today

5 things you need to know in South Africa today

The public protector’s order that Absa pay back R2.25 billion is tied to a report compiled by British spies; three of the ANC’s top six show opposition to Zuma; a new report shows Ford was warned as far back as 2014 that its Kugas were a problem; and Eskom gets ready to cut power to municipalities in debt.

Energy, Finance, Government - By Staff Writer | 16 January, 2017
Municipalities about to be cut off owe Eskom R10.2 billion

Municipalities about to be cut off owe Eskom R10.2 billion

Eskom says that municipalities in the Free State and the North West Province owe it over R10.2 billion – and need to pay up before the 16th of January or they will be cut off.

Energy - By Staff Writer | 6 January, 2017
Court gives Eskom the go-ahead to cut off power to indebted municipalities

Court gives Eskom the go-ahead to cut off power to indebted municipalities

The North Gauteng High Court has ruled that Eskom is allowed to cut power to ten municipalities which have failed to pay the billions of rands of debt owed to the power utility.

Energy - By Staff Writer | 5 January, 2017
Big petrol price hike in January

Big petrol price hike in January

Motorists will have to dig deeper into their pockets as all grades of petrol are due to increase next Wednesday.

Energy - By SA News | 31 December, 2016
Expected petrol price for January 2017

Expected petrol price for January 2017

January 2017 will see the first of what the Automobile Association (AA) expects to be a series of fuel price hikes in the new year.

Energy - By Staff Writer | 29 December, 2016
Eskom connects Kusile unit to the grid

Eskom connects Kusile unit to the grid

Kusile power station’s Unit 1 has been connected to the national grid for the first time this year, power utility Eskom has said.

Energy - By SA News | 28 December, 2016
Here is the expected petrol price for January 2017

Here is the expected petrol price for January 2017

The Automobile Association (AA) warns that surging international petroleum prices are likely to hit South Africans hard at the pumps at the beginning of 2017.

Energy - By Staff Writer | 14 December, 2016
SA electricity thieves found guilty on 16,451 counts

SA electricity thieves found guilty on 16,451 counts

A court in Johannesburg has ruled in favour of Eskom, handing down a guilty verdict on four individuals accused of theft, including a mother and son duo.

Energy - By Staff Writer | 14 December, 2016
Moody’s affirms Eskom credit rating at negative

Moody’s affirms Eskom credit rating at negative

Moody’s Investor Services has affirmed Eskom’s credit rating, assigning it to a national scale rating of A2.za.

Energy - By SA News | 6 December, 2016
Official petrol price for December 2016

Official petrol price for December 2016

The department of energy has announced the official petrol price changes for December 2016.

Energy - By Staff Writer | 4 December, 2016
5 tips to help save on your petrol bill this holiday

5 tips to help save on your petrol bill this holiday

The Automobile Association notes how the price of petrol has increased over the years in South Africa and as such provides a list of useful ways to help you save on your bill this festive season.

Energy - By Staff Writer | 4 December, 2016
SA state company makes R14.5 billion loss, pays bonuses to executives anyway

SA state company makes R14.5 billion loss, pays bonuses to executives anyway

State oil company PetroSA has paid senior executives millions in bonuses despite reporting a R14.5 billion loss.

Energy - By Staff Writer | 4 December, 2016
Watch: SA community builds the world’s fastest racetrack

Watch: SA community builds the world’s fastest racetrack

In a little less than a year, the Bloodhound team is set to arrive in South Africa in an attempt to break the world land speed record.

Energy - By Staff Writer | 29 November, 2016
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