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Petrol stations no longer allowed to pour petrol into container

Petrol stations no longer allowed to pour petrol into container

South Africa "may not retail and dispense petrol or diesel into a container."
Anglo American creates new company

Anglo American creates new company

Thungela Resources is the new Mpumalanga coal company will be created out of Anglo American's divestment in thermal coal assets.
Vodacom cuts data costs by 14%

Vodacom cuts data costs by 14%

Vodacom, South Africa's largest mobile network provider, has reduced the price of its 30-day data bundle by up to 14%.
Uthaka Energy not allowed to mine coal in Mabola

Uthaka Energy not allowed to mine coal in Mabola

The company is a South African subsidiary of India-based mining and minerals company Atha Group. Yet another turn in what is already a six-year legal...
IPP tender goes ahead to 'bolster' Eskom

IPP tender goes ahead to ‘bolster’ Eskom

SA is going ahead with its controversial IPP program that will see Eskom buying electricity from private energy producers.
For people's safety, electric cars will have to make noise but not the 'vroom vroom' type

For people’s safety, electric cars will have to make noise but...

A senior technical officer at Volvo Cars has revealed that electric and self-driving cars will make noise for people's safety.
eMalahleni identifies renewable energy path

eMalahleni identifies renewable energy path

eMalahleni has finally found the path leading to renewable energy, proponents of renewable energy have said.
Know the different types of slots in South African casinos

Know the different types of slots in South African casinos

Slots are a popular game for South African players. There are different types to choose from which offer different rewards and challenges. 
Zamani Letjane to build largest Middleburg hotel

Zamani Letjane to build largest Middleburg hotel

Investment guru Zamani Letjane's company has been selected as the one that will bring the much-talked-about hotel and conference centre.
Court rules it is illegal for Eskom to cut power in eMalahleni

Court rules it is illegal for Eskom to cut power in...

The Supreme Court of Appeal has upheld a ruling against Eskom to not continue with power disruptions in eMalahleni, saying this is illegal.

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