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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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Interest in IFC’s solar procurement solution growing across Africa

Interest in IFC’s solar procurement solu...

The International Finance Corporation IFC reports that its programme to support African governments and utilities in procuring solar photovoltaic PV capacity from independent power producers IPPs has made significant headway in four countries, with construction of the first project under way in Zambia. Dubbed Scaling Solar, the programme combines best-in-class procurement practices, which have been garnered by the IFC and the broader World Bank Group over the past three decades, into a comprehensive package, which is then tailored to the specific circumstances and needs of the procuring country or entity.IFC country manager Saleem Karimjee tells EngineeringNews Online that an increasing...

The International Finance Corporation IFC reports that its programme to support African governments and utilities in procuring solar photovoltaic PV capacity from independent power producers IPPs has made significant headway in four countries, with...

The International Finance Corporation IFC reports that its programme to support African governments and utilities in procuring solar photovoltaic PV...

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Record amount of renewable energy installed in 2017 - research

Record amount of renewable energy instal...

A record amount of renewable power capacity was installed worldwide last year as the cost of wind and solar became even more competitive with fossil fuels, research by renewables policy organisation REN21 showed. Renewable power generation capacity had its largest annual increase yet in 2017, with an estimated 178 gigawatts GW of capacity added, REN21 said in its annual renewables global status report. New solar photovoltaic capacity reached a record 98 GW in 2017, up 29 percent from the previous year, while new wind capacity was at 52 GW, 4 percent lower than in 2016.Total global renewable power capacity, including hydropower, rose to 2,195 GW in 2017 from 2,017 GW in the previous year....

A record amount of renewable power capacity was installed worldwide last year as the cost of wind and solar became even more competitive with fossil fuels, research by renewables policy organisation REN21 showed. Renewable power generation capacity...

A record amount of renewable power capacity was installed worldwide last year as the cost of wind and solar became even more competitive with fossil...

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Radebe affirms South Africa’s commitment to renewable energy

Radebe affirms South Africa’s commitment...

Energy Minister Jeff Radebe has affirmed his commitment to renewable energy in South Africa, saying it will help to reduce pollution and create thousands of jobs .He told delegates at the African Utility Week, in Cape Town, that he was pleased the long-awaited renewable energy power purchase agreements had been signed in April and that the R58-billion investment in 27 projects over the next three to five years could go ahead. He made no mention of nuclear in his opening address to the event, which has drawn 7 000 international energy and water professionals.“To date we have concluded 91 renewable energy projects with a capacity of 6 300 MW. Of these, 62 projects, with combined capacity of 3...

Energy Minister Jeff Radebe has affirmed his commitment to renewable energy in South Africa, saying it will help to reduce pollution and create thousands of jobs .He told delegates at the African Utility Week, in Cape Town, that he was pleased the...

Energy Minister Jeff Radebe has affirmed his commitment to renewable energy in South Africa, saying it will help to reduce pollution and create...

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