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South Africa: State to Take on Eskom Debt with Conditionalities

It is largely due to the tenacity of Minister Gwede Mantashe, his common-sense and commitment to refusing to bow down to the renewables lobby that Treasury under Ramaphosa is now seeing the light. Eskom is Everything to the South African economy.

Minister Gwede Mantashe, responsible for saving South Africa`s industrial Read the rest

Overcoming Geopolitical and Ideological Barriers to International Development Financing

re posted from                             EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW

Nearly all energy policies being pursued under the guise of stopping “climate change” either ignore or misrepresent the science of energy, both by refusing to promote nuclear energy—the greatest CO2-free energy source—and by making impossible claims about the potential to develop a Read the rest

US Col. Richard Black: “It’s Not Russia that is Planning an October Surprise with a Dirty Bomb”

Source: Schiller Institute

Join Senator Black and other leaders at the Schiller Institute conference — Thursday, Oct. 27, 10am eastern https://schillerinstitute.com/blog/20…

Speakers include: HOSTS Helga Zepp-LaRouche (Germany), Founder, Schiller Institute María de los Ángeles Huerta (Mexico), Former Congresswoman

THE VIEW FROM LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN Donald Ramotar (Guyana), Former Read the rest

Implications of a new global reserve currency for BRICS counties

 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.

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Chinese Built Railway Can`t Break Even in 50 Years – Kenyan Transport Minister

re posted from                         RAILBUS

“African countries are not just grappling with Chinese debt repayment, because African countries overall owe more to private sector creditors than to China,” he said. They are “having to juggle debt repayment to all their creditors, including Chinese creditors.”

Of the $696 billion owed by African Read the rest