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A sunny summer for South Africans ruined by fuel and groceries price hike

The AA has stated that the increases will have consequences for consumers as higher costs will be recovered through higher prices at the till.
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Mantashe is right: Africa needs its own approach to defining critical minerals 

Mantashe is right on the money when he says critical minerals cannot be defined in terms of those who use them and those who have them.

Is Kgosientsho Ramokgopa a powerless power minister?

Minister of Energy, Kgosientsho Ramokgopa, has indicated that it would make sense to extend the life of the country’s coal-fired power plants.

Impala Rustenburg invests R53 million in Rustenburg community

This commitment from Impala Rustenburg is deeply rooted in its philosophy of working in partnership to create a better future for Rustenburg.

Gwede Mantashe unveils DBSSSA’s new diamond sorting facility

"In addition to this new facility we also welcome the R35 billion investment at Venetia diamond mine in South Africa." - Gwede Mantashe

Gwede Mantashe: Energy transition is a journey; it is not an event

The energy transition is a journey; not an event. Therefore, it will take time to move from high carbon emissions to low carbon emissions.

ENLIT AFRICA DAY 2: DMRE Minister Gwede Mantashe shines a light on load shedding

Africa’s energy transition ambitions’ are being tested in the face of a global recession, rising poverty, unemployment and falling revenue.

South Africa’s mining sector remains an attractive investment destination

Despite the global challenges, South Africa's mining sector has become attractive to investors due to the surge in demand for raw materials.

And still we rise…

As we prepare to celebrate Freedom Day let us have no fear in our fight against new challenges in our Rainbow Nation.

Mantashe and Ramaphosa give miners energy assurance

This year's Investing in African Mining Indaba agenda has been centered around South Africa's energy crisis.

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