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WTO could block SA private security rules

The sheer size of South Africa’s private security industry and its growing role is concerning the government, which has been trying to pass a tougher law to corral the sector.

Dark days ahead for Eskom

Power shortages are killing off South African businesses, but the power utility could be the crisis’s real casualty. Mike and Delyse Molfetas are closing down their Johannesburg …

Saving Kariba

The race is on to repair the massive Kariba Dam on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, as engineers warn that erosion threatens its great …

Has government seen the light?

At long last, the South African government appears to be prepared to abandon euphemisms to cover up the country’s dire power situation and actually try …

Railway: South Africa’s Afro 4000 locos

South Africa’s railway system, which remained unchanged for 60 years, is now set to regain its dominant position in the country’s transport network. A new …

Beginning of the end for ANC?

The African National Congress is facing political turmoil as cracks appear in the ‘tripartite alliance’ between the ANC, the unions and the Communist Party. The …

For whom the bell tolls

The government’s hopes that imposing tolls on Gauteng province’s expressway network would raise the funding needed to revamp the province’s roads have turned into ashes. Fierce opposition to the system seems to have united all, including the Gauteng ANC faction. Tom Nevin has the details.