Former Eskom senior project manager returns to manage Kusile
Check out the credentials for the former Eskom project manager who has returned to manage the Kusile.
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US homesteaders and catastrophists create booming market for off-grid property
Americans are swapping city life for a fresh start off-grid and far from civilisation amid fears of a looming urban catastrophe and the resultant chaos.
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Higher traffic volume bodes well for the SA economy, says Sanral
Over the festive period, traffic volumes increased on average by 1.8 percent when compared to the same period in the previous year.
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Delayed government payments forcing contractors out of business - Databuild
The SA government’s failure to pay building contractors on time or to even pay them at all, sometimes, is one of the major causes of job losses.
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England third in World Test Championship while SA languish in seventh
England have grabbed 90 of the 120 points at stake in the four-Test series against South Africa
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Cricket SA name SA Invitation XI squad to play England
The South African Invitation XI squad to play England in two one-day tour matches
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Probe into Kobe Bryant's fatal helicopter crash zeros in on weather conditions
Adverse weather conditions at the scene of the helicopter wreck that killed basketball great Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others figured prominently in the first full day of the investigation.
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The Nedbank Cup is a special time for the ‘small’ clubs
The Nedbank Cup - which kicks off in February - gives every team a shot at glory
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High court dismisses former SAA board member Dudu Myeni's bid to halt Outa's delinquency case
Former South African Airways board chairperson Dudu Myeni has lost her bid to appeal a ruling which upheld Outa's right to bring a delinquency case against her.
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British climber summits remote Antarctic mountain only 10 people have ever seen
Explorer Leo Houlding has become the first Briton to climb Spectre, which is so isolated only ten people have ever seen it.
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PICS: UKZN cancels registration as students run amok on campus over fees debt
SAPS arrest four, university cancels registration and orientation programmes
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US homesteaders and catastrophists create booming market for off-grid property
Americans are swapping city life for a fresh start off-grid and far from civilisation amid fears of a looming urban catastrophe and the resultant chaos.
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