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Procurement’s role in protecting institutions from State capture a focus of Western Cape conference

The 6th Annual Western Cape Smart Procurement World conference will address a number of thorny issues around procurement. Perhaps the most controversial of these is recovering from state capture. The conference...

Eskom gets R2.5 billion loan for renewable energy projects

Troubled power utility Eskom has signed a loan agreement with New Development Bank (NDB) to connect renewable energy projects to the national grid. Under the agreement, the NDB will provide a sovereign...

Prepare for a rainy Thursday in the city

The dams that supply Cape Town with water are at 51,3% storage capacity, and may increase slightly on Thursday if the predicted rain materialises. According to the SA Weather Service, there is...

Fears over increases in fuel, taxes

The Cape Chamber of Commerce has expressed concern about yet another fuel price increase to come into effect Tuesday at midnight. Energy Minister Jeff Radebe announced an increase in fuel prices for...

Cape Town invests millions in EPWP

The City of Cape Town Council approved an amount of R13,78 million to upskill Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) participants during a Council Sitting on 28 March 2019. The funds will be...

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