By Busisiwe Mavuso
The funding to reduce SA’s use of coal hinges on SA producing an investment plan that would need to be agreed to by the partners.
Our economy needs a quick solution based on the least-regret option.
Even when their actions successfully lead to prosecutions, convictions and recovery of stolen assets, whistle blowers can struggle to find work and rebuild their lives.
SA’s renewable energy market remains an attractive proposition to global investors but we’re certainly no longer considered a low-risk destination.
The Fraser report provides a useful checklist that highlights where SA is coming up short.
BLSA is committed to various initiatives to support government to solve the energy crisis.
It is critical for SA to make all aspects of the investment process as smooth as possible.
Only higher levels of economic growth will sustainably provide the resources we need to address the needs of the poor without threatening our fiscal sovereignty.
The president clearly showed how his government and business are aligned on many of the key challenges that we need to jointly overcome.
The state capture-linked arrests still haven’t moved up to any senior government levels yet but the NPA hinted that these will come.
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