AfrElec - Africa Power Monitor
South Africa has returned to higher stages of power outages, or load shedding, with the state-owned power utility Eskom implementing stage 6 of rolling blackouts across the country.
Africa is home to one-third of global mineral reserves. An enormous opportunity exists to transform many African economies rich in the critical minerals needed for the clean energy transition.
South Africa has signed bilateral loan agreements with the World Bank, German state-owned development and investment bank KfW and the African Development Bank to support the country’s just energy transition.
Uranium prices have surged past the $80-per-pound mark, for the first time in over 15 years.
The Middelburg Specialised Commercial Crimes Court, in Mpumalanga, South Africa, on November 21 struck the multibillion-rand Kusile corruption case against Eskom former executive Matshela Koko and his co-accused off the roll.