Greenpeace slams Eskom’s China Development Bank loan

Affordability is very much the issue facing energy planners in SA, as Eskom last week took a R33bn loan from China for its build programme, while […]

Inquiry piles pressure on beleaguered PIC

Pressure is building on the Public Investment Corporation on several fronts – in the courts, in Parliament and now in the form of a commission of […]

Killer of farm worker gets leave to appeal

Lutzville farmer and convicted murderer Martin Visser was granted leave to appeal his conviction and sentence in the Western Cape High Court (Vredendal) yesterday. On Wednesday he was […]

Last of 11 relocated Kenyan rhinos dies

The last of the 11 black rhinos translocated to a newly established sanctuary at the Tsavo National Park has died. It is believed to have died […]
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