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Certainty on Carbon Tax needed from this year’s Budget – Cova

20th February 2017 With expectations of the long-awaited Carbon Tax being implemented in 2018, much more clarity and certainty will be needed from the 2017 Budget, which will be delivered by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan on Wednesday. Currently, much uncertainty exists, with industry questioning policy certainty,... 

Incentives must remain crucial part of SA’s industrial policy arsenal

3rd June 2016 I was heartened to hear Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies confirming the importance of investment incentives when he unveiled the latest iteration of government’s Industrial Policy Action Plan (Ipap) earlier this month. 

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27th May 2016 Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies reaffirmed on Tuesday that government planned to pursue an increasing number of sector-specific incentive schemes, with an initial focus on the creation of new incentives for the agroprocessing and railways industries. Speaking at a business briefing... 

DTI urged to consult widely on new rail, agroprocessing incentives

17th May 2016 Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies reaffirmed on Tuesday that government planned to pursue an increasing number of sector-specific incentive schemes, with an initial focus on the creation of new incentives for the agroprocessing and railways industries. Speaking at a business briefing... 
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Coordination key to successful nuclear build programme

There is a pressing need for a clear definition of the roles different governmental departments, power utility Eskom and other industry participants will play in the nuclear build programme, as there is a currently “chaos around who is doing what job”. This was the overall theme of a panel... 

$1bn earmarked for AngloGold’s deep-but-cheap Mponeng mine

A big capital investment is on the cards for AngloGold Ashanti’s Mponeng gold mine, the world’s deepest underground operation. The former Western Deep Levels Number One mine was on the receiving end of a surfeit of comment when AngloGold Ashanti presented cash-rich results on Tuesday.  
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