Eskom warns of high volume of coal-trucks on roads

Eskom warns of high volume of coal-trucks on roads

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Eskom has urged all road users to be vigilant of coal trucks, especially on the major roads to and from coal-fired power stations and coal mines.
DA blames Gupta's troubled Optimum mine for load-shedding

DA blames Gupta’s troubled Optimum mine for load-shedding

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The DA says the State Capture by the Gupta family which got the Optimum Mine in Middelburg to the hands of the Guptas has really impacted on Eskom's capacity to generate electricity.
Come engage with us on renewable energy, Greenpeace tells NUM

Come engage with us on renewable energy, Greenpeace tells NUM

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Air pollution is listed as one of the biggest problems on people's health. Greenpeace wants NUM to come engage with them on renewable energy strategies. This...
NUM is opposed to Greenpeace ranking Mpumalanga air dirtiest

NUM is opposed to Greenpeace ranking Mpumalanga air dirtiest

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NUM is opposed to a report released by Greenpeace Africa a week ago which ranks Mpumalanga air the dirtiest in the world.

Thebe founder says farming is “science, complex business”

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Thebe Investment Corporation founder Vusi Khanyile believes in farming as "a science" and "a complex business".

Mpumalanga employment numbers up

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Mpumalanga was able to make gains in job numbers, employing 20 000 people while national figures dropped.

Here’s another way of creating 50 jobs

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28-year-old Kholofelo Nengwenda created jobs for 50 people when she saw a demand for a cleaning service and a domestic worker placement company.
Rob Devereux accused of neglecting Lily mine

Rob Devereux accused of neglecting Lily mine

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Strategic Turnaround Solutions' business rescue practitioner Rob Devereux is being accused of neglecting the Lily mine in Barberton.

Small businesses adopt solar energy as the way to go

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Small businesses across the Mpumalanga province are opting for solar energy as the new way to go due to its cost-saving benefits
You need tourism to grow SA economy

You need tourism to grow SA economy

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The department of tourism has called on all South Africans to protect the environment and do tourism as it contributes vastly to job creations.

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