“Without infrastructure you cannot have economic growth. In fact, if you look at Africa`s growth especially during the turn of this century it has been infrastructure led. In terms of needs, Africa has a financing gap of about $170 billion annually for the development of infrastructure.
She added that Eskom is neglecting the base load because it is said the CEO has completely given up on Eskom power generation plants and that Andre de Ruyter has, in few instances, referred to Eskom as a “dead horse”.
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highly informative interview. Redge Nkosi explains that being a key member of the BRICS alliance puts South Africa in a very optimistic and positive place. Professor Everisto Benyera points out that Gadaffi was murdered because he wanted to change African currency to a gold based system of real value.