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  • WHY isn't the South African Government doing this?
  • Throughout my journey in London the one thing I noticed is there's tons of construction happening every day. Everywhere you look, you'll see massive cranes, construction workers and buildings being revamped. My first thought was that surely with all this construction, you'd need to have powerful electricity grid. Back in South Africa, where power outages are basically a common occurrence, ... ››› more
  • [30 October 2015]
  • While Eskom struggles to keep the lights on in SA, consider this power play in Kenya…
  • While South Africa may be Africa's second largest economy, it's struggling to stimulate growth. But there are other countries on the continent showing strong economic growth, such as Kenya. Kenya is Africa's fifth-largest economy. And to ensure its electricity supplies grow with the country's needs, Kenya's sole electricity provider is worth a look at… Key facts about Kenya Over the ... ››› more
  • [24 April 2015]
  • Could Medupi face further delays as workers strike?
  • The Medupi power plant has made the headlines over the past few years as delays and rising costs continue to plague its opening. And now work at Eskom's power plant is under further strain as interruptions hit the plant's construction for a second day. Let's take a closer look at what's going on… Eskom claims workers are blocking other workers from entering Medupi Earlier today, E... ››› more
  • [10 April 2015]
  • As Eskom's power woes worsen, your profit potential will boom with this investment
  • Eskom's power problems are getting worse. On the 1st April 2014, The Duvha power station near Witbank lost 600MW of power generation when one of its boiler casing ruptured. And the problem is it will take around six months to repair. That means more load shedding as South Africa's already desperate power grid heads into winter. But this latest Eskom failure is just another signal abou... ››› more
  • [15 April 2014]
  • Cape Town conference issues government a dire electricity grid warning
  • South Africa's in crisis. This because Eskom has completely failed in the one job it needs to do: The production of electricity! Now, this week's Power-Gen Africa conference in Cape Town has directed politicians and the governments with one piece of advice: Stop short-term thinking and planning or else. Here's why… The only way to curb SA’s electricity power generation problem is to think l... ››› more
  • [19 March 2014]
  • One company will profit massively from our failing power grid
  • With all the rain we've had recently I've experienced a lot of power outages. Traffic lights on the way to work are routinely out. We even had a storm take out the power in our office for a day. Worse still, a weak wind was blowing the other day and suddenly a transformer near my house blew! It stayed out for more than a day as new parts were first needed to get the lights back on… H... ››› more
  • [13 December 2013]
  • Sasol's new gas-powered plant shows Eskom how it's done
  • South Africa's power supply is under huge strain. And with news that there's going to be a delay in getting Eskom's Medupi Power Station on line, it's clear the country's current electricity deficit is only going to get worse. Now Sasol's latest gas powered plant is putting the electricity giant to shame by showing Eskom how to complete a project ahead of schedule… Eskom made waves on Monday ... ››› more
  • [12 July 2013]

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