The department of environment‚ forestry and fisheries said between 200 and 400 litres of fuel from the receiving Liberian-flagged vessel MV Chrysanthi had spilt into the sea on Saturday.
Violent protests related to land are increasing in Cape Town ahead of the elections in May.
SA’s drive to boost the renewable energy sector has received a boost following the signing of a $300m loan agreement between the New Development Bank (NDB) and Development Bank of Southern Africa (
The transition to renewable energy could result in cheaper, cleaner and more reliable electricity supply for SA, according to a new study.
Minerals Council SA has filed an application for a judicial review of the recently gazetted Mining Charter, citing problems with certain clauses, saying past deals were not sufficiently recognised.
Set against the backdrop of blue skies, first-world infrastructure and surrounded by golden beaches, Durban’s award-winning International Convention Centre is celebrating 21 years of changing lives
One of SA’s newest power plants, designed to supply the grid during peak-use periods, is defective and has been limited to operate at lower capacity.
The Pretoria high court has thrown out a bid by the Coal Transporters Forum, which had the support of corruption-accused former Eskom CEO Matshela Koko, to stop the power utility from signing agree
The airline industry made a strong plea in parliament on Tuesday to be exempted from the proposed carbon tax saying it will undermine its competitiveness.
Plastics SA has called on the government to take steps immediately to ring-fence the plastic bag levy so it can all be used for recycling.
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