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Economists say the worst of food price inflation may be over; Eskom warns that Nersa's proposed new methodologies will just make electricity more expensive; South Africa's army has been placed on standby; and analysts doubt the effectiveness of the SAPS' new crackdown on illegal mining.
A Durban High Court judge has slammed Standard Bank and its lawyers for a shoddy application against a defaulting homeowner.
Karpowership, the Turkish company seeking to supply more than 1,200 megawatts of power to South Africa, said its appeal to overturn an environmental ruling against its plans has failed in another blow to the country’s attempts to resolve a power crisis.
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