The Life After Coal Campaign and Greenpeace Africa argue that the inclusion of an additional 1000 MW of new coal-fired power puts the Department of Energy in conflict with the rights enshrined in the Constitution.
Being a student is one of the more enjoyable periods of one’s life but it also comes with many new responsibilities that are a rite of passage into adulthood. In a country like South Africa, where public transport is still patchy at best, one such responsibility is the opportunity to drive your first car in […]
The new Secretary General of Amnesty International, the world’s biggest human rights organization, Kumi Naidoo, met with human rights activists from across Southern Africa in Johannesburg today, to hear first-hand about their struggles.
Electricity Regulatory Index for Africa (ERI), new report by the African Development Bank measures the level of development of regulatory frameworks in 15 African countries. The report identifies areas in which improvement is most needed in Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.
By Andualem Sisay Gessesse – Busan, South Korea – Korea, which managed to become the world’s high-tech industries hub in a few decades, recommends strategies that enables Africa to fast-track its industrialization vision.
South Africa has endorsed the African Development Bank’s November 2018 Africa Investment Forum as a world-class initiative that is uniquely positioned to transform the continent’s development landscape.
Nissan, the Japanese manufacturer hit 10% market share in South Africa in fiscal year 2017, with passenger vehicle sales growing by 44% versus the previous year. It has had its best twelve months of sales in South Africa since the year 2000.