Despite Eskom promising South Africa that it will not experience load shedding today, the struggling state-owned power utility says its plants remain severely constrained and could inevitably result in stage 6 load shedding which has happened once in the country, but the question remains – are we ready to normalize stage 6 load shedding and what does it mean for South Africa and the economy? Energy Analyst and Managing Director at EE Business Intelligence, Chris Yelland joins CNBC Africa for more.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates / London, United Kingdom – 13 August 2020: Standard Chartered Bank and Airtel Africa have today announced a...
THE COVID-19 GLOBAL pandemic has brought forward the future. It has brought about humanity’s biggest challenge in a century, to choose between...
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