All publications by tag «SOUTH AFRICA»
2020, May, 19, 11:35:00SOUTH AFRICA'S NUCLEAR DEVELOPMENT
"It is a fact that nuclear power plants require large upfront investments, compared to other sources of energy,"
2020, February, 5, 10:25:00SOUTH AFRICA'S OIL & GAS RULES
The question is whether the terms are attractive enough when nations are competing increasingly aggressively for investment from international oil companies (IOCs) and the potential demand destruction from the energy transition looms over the coming decades. The attractiveness of South Africa’s terms will have ramifications far beyond its borders.
2019, March, 25, 10:45:00NUCLEAR WITH RUSSIA
South Africa's former president Jacob Zuma has defended his lobby for a proposed R1tn nuclear energy deal with Russia, saying it would have solved the country’s electricity crisis.
2019, March, 20, 10:15:00SOUTH AFRICA'S NUCLEAR POWER
South Africa must consider nuclear as a clean energy source that can be part of its electricity generation mix, Energy Minister Jeff Radebe said yesterday in his keynote speech at a business awards ceremony.
2019, January, 21, 11:30:00SAUDI ARABIA INVESTMENT $10 BLN
ENCA - Saudi Arabia's planning to build an oil refinery and a petrochemicals plant in South Africa. It's part of a $10-billion (R138-billion) investment in the country.
2018, December, 3, 11:35:00SOUTH AFRICA'S NUCLEAR
WNN - Energy infrastructure is a critical component of South Africa's National Development Plan (NDP), which was published in 2011 and identifies the need for investment in a strong network of economic infrastructure designed to support the country’s medium- and long-term economic and social objectives. The IRP plays a crucial role in contributing to the objectives of the NDP, the Committee said in its report.
2018, November, 22, 10:35:00SOUTH AFRICA'S LAGGING
IMF - Some of the negative effects of the changing external environment are already being felt in South Africa despite its economic resilience.
2018, August, 3, 09:15:00SOUTH AFRICA: NEGATIVE GROWTH
IMF - Amid a marked growth deceleration, some of South Africa’s economic and social achievements after the end of apartheid have recently unwound. While the economy is globally positioned, sophisticated, and diversified, gaps in physical infrastructure and education create large productivity differentials across sectors. Low consumer and business confidence has dampened productivity growth. Fast growing debt has constrained policy space. As a result, per-capita growth has turned negative, the poverty rate stands at around 40 percent, unemployment has crept up to 27 percent—almost twice that level for the youth—and income inequality is one of the highest globally.
2014, March, 29, 17:17:00SOUTH AFRICA WANTS 20%
South Africa Wants 20% Of All New Oil, Gas Production