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This article appears in the February 12, 2021 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.
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Nov. 30 (EIRNS)—On Tuesday Nov. 24, André de Ruyter, CEO of South Africa’s state-owned power producer Eskom, said that company thinking “had [now] evolved to encourage renewable capacity rather than resisting … Read the rest
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July 13 (EIRNS)—An international who’s who of billionaire green investors are attempting to turn President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 recovery into the equivalent of hot air. Led by Bill Gates, his Breakthrough Energy has just … Read the rest
“The matters upon which you are deliberating will determine whether or not mankind survives our turbulent times. Around the globe people are in the streets rising up to protest the intolerable injustice of the dying neo-colonial order that has enslaved all of us. It is a deadly monetarist order that … Read the rest
The decrease in demand for electricity is due to the fact that NO NEW INDUSTRIAL PLANTS ARE BEING BUILT.
If the situation in South … Read the rest
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By Andile Mngxitama
Jacob Zuma was considered okay in so long as he didn’t touch the economy and land. When he decided “fuck it I’m going for the land and economy”, the whole shit started.
The owners of the economy started a … Read the rest
by Andrew Kenny
This article was first published in City Press on 12 April 2019
South Africa is lurching towards another electricity disaster to make the Eskom disaster even worse.
It comes from “renewable energy”, which here … Read the rest
How do we as the ANC justify using public funds to build and sustain a private energy sector and private sector controlled by banks and foreign companies that maximize their profits which ultimately go outside of the country?
From: Phapano Phasha, ANC Member in Good Standing
To: The Office of … Read the rest
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Pravin Gordhan. Image credit: Netwerk24
Many people have asked questions about the petition launched by Black First Land First (BLF) on Monday 13 January to get