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South Africa ahead of renewable energy curve – adviser

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Despite the South African renewables market being in its infancy in comparison to well-established markets, South Africais ahead of the curve, says owner’s engineer and lender’s technical adviser K2 Management.This, K2 Management South Africa country director Hebren James explains, is owing to power purchase agreements PPAs in the country being underwritten by the National Treasury, which ensures backing in the event that payment delays are experienced for power.He explains to Engineering News Online that South Africa’s leap in progress in integrating renewables into the energy mix can, in part, be attributed to the depth of political support, despite the disruption in recent years.“The...

Despite the South African renewables market being in its infancy in comparison to well-established markets, South Africais ahead of the curve, says owner’s engineer and lender’s technical adviser K2 Management.This, K2 Management South Africa...

Despite the South African renewables market being in its infancy in comparison to well-established markets, South Africais ahead of the curve, says...

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Treasury, Sanral and the construction mafia

Treasury, Sanral and the construction ma...

Violent demands bring Sanral road construction to a virtual halt. Construction on the Hammarsdale interchange was delayed for several months due to the actions of the Delangokubona Business Forum. Road construction in South Africa has taken a serious knock due to members of the so-called construction mafia violently demanding contracts. Their actions are based on erroneous interpretation of new treasury regulations intended to oblige principal contractors to outsource 30% of their work to local subcontractors. The new Regulations to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act are complicated and don’t create an automatic entitlement to work. Louw Kannemeyer, engineering executive at...

Violent demands bring Sanral road construction to a virtual halt. Construction on the Hammarsdale interchange was delayed for several months due to the actions of the Delangokubona Business Forum. Road construction in South Africa has taken a...

Violent demands bring Sanral road construction to a virtual halt. Construction on the Hammarsdale interchange was delayed for several months due to...

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Treasury, Sanral and the construction mafia

Treasury, Sanral and the construction ma...

Violent demands bring Sanral road construction to a virtual halt. Construction on the Hammarsdale interchange was delayed for several months due to the actions of the Delangokubona Business Forum. Road construction in South Africa has taken a serious knock due to members of the so-called construction mafia violently demanding contracts. Their actions are based on erroneous interpretation of new treasury regulations intended to oblige principal contractors to outsource 30% of their work to local subcontractors. The new Regulations to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act are complicated and don’t create an automatic entitlement to work. Louw Kannemeyer, engineering executive at...

Violent demands bring Sanral road construction to a virtual halt. Construction on the Hammarsdale interchange was delayed for several months due to the actions of the Delangokubona Business Forum. Road construction in South Africa has taken a...

Violent demands bring Sanral road construction to a virtual halt. Construction on the Hammarsdale interchange was delayed for several months due to...

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Treasury, Sanral and the construction mafia

Treasury, Sanral and the construction ma...

Violent demands bring Sanral road construction to a virtual halt. Construction on the Hammarsdale interchange was delayed for several months due to the actions of the Delangokubona Business Forum. Road construction in South Africa has taken a serious knock due to members of the so-called construction mafia violently demanding contracts. Their actions are based on erroneous interpretation of new treasury regulations intended to oblige principal contractors to outsource 30% of their work to local subcontractors. The new Regulations to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act are complicated and don’t create an automatic entitlement to work. Louw Kannemeyer, engineering executive at...

Violent demands bring Sanral road construction to a virtual halt. Construction on the Hammarsdale interchange was delayed for several months due to the actions of the Delangokubona Business Forum. Road construction in South Africa has taken a...

Violent demands bring Sanral road construction to a virtual halt. Construction on the Hammarsdale interchange was delayed for several months due to...

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