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The pair was accused of stealing $10 billion from Botswana and hiding the money in South African and offshore bank accounts
Cyril Ramaphosa’s sister-in-law, Bridgette Motsepe-Radebe, is now a subject of intense debate, and SA’s diplomatic relations with Botswana have frozen-over.
Bathabile Dlamini is spilling the beans left, right and centre in her extensive resignation letter. The departing MP also has a warning for the president.
Jeff Radebe served as minister since 1994 and says farewell after 25 years of heading numerous portfolios. He was not included in the new Cabinet.
Currently, regulations on SSEG are blocking out 3 000MW of power.
Maimane has reiterated his commitment to breaking Eskom’s monopoly.
Dr Motsepe is Chairperson of the African Self Help Trust which focuses on Early Childhood Development and Education.
“We have to consider nuclear” – Minister Radebe
Energy Minister Jeff Radebe was scheduled to answer parliamentary questions in the National Assembly on Wednesday, 13 March.
Jeff Radebe stressed the importance of energy efficiency in Africa.
Our lives are in the hands of Jeff Radebe.
A recent social media chain message, entitled “Behind the load shedding”, claims that Eskom has been purposefully disabled by corporate-political collusion.
A move that is motivated by assuming some control of oil outputs in South Sudan.
Who are the 11 candidates? Here’s what you need to know.
The NDPP interviews, whose advisory panel will be led by Energy Minister Jeff Radebe, are being held at the Union Buildings on Tuesday.
Could the frequently-spiralling petrol price in South Africa soon hit a maximum limit? It seems the government are looking to cap fuel costs.
South Africa should be investing more time and money into renewable energy as global trends shift awkwardly away from ‘dirty’ energy sources like coal.
This year has been especially brutal for South African motorists and general consumers alike.
A governmental task team has been formed to assess the feasibility and sustainability of such a move.
Seems the Energy Minister is all out of ideas.
So, the rise in petrol prices is going to be a little pinch rather than a sharp jab. Hopefully, we’ve got a first step in the right direction.
Minister for Energy Jeff Radebe has explained why petrol prices have been surging. But does he have any solutions?
MPs from across party lines have been left furious after a no-show by the Department of Energy.
Nothing like some more wasted millions…