75 international exhibitors and over 2,800 delegates converged at the Sandton Convention Centre for the fifth annual POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa in July, to explore power solutions and discuss strategies and technologies for power sector growth on the continent. With

The Minister of Public Enterprises, Lynne Brown, has ordered a ‘deep dive’ independent investigation into Eskom’s affairs over for the past ten years, as well as several short-term investigations by the new Eskom interim board. Opening the POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH

Eskom is set to showcase its advanced technologies and operating models at Africa’s premier power sector conference and expo in Sandton this week. As the host utility at POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa, Eskom will lead sessions for pan-African power sector

Eskom is investigating an arsenal of new technologies to deploy in its ongoing fight against electricity theft. Says Dileep John, Eskom’s Energy and Revenue Losses Manager in charge of the power company’s anti-electricity theft campaign: “For many years now, Eskom

Africa’s power utilities are grappling with issues of sustainability, risk management and the introduction of value added services as they strive to meet the economic growth demands of the continent. Speaking ahead of Africa’s premier power sector stakeholder forum, POWER-GEN

Africa’s premier power sector conference will light up rural areas of Africa, when it comes out in support of SolarAid to commemorate Nelson Mandela Day. POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa, staged in Johannesburg by PenWell Corporation, opens on 18 July 2017

The Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) has welcomed the decision by Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown to refer Eskom’s procurement contracts, including those signed with the Gupta family-linked Tegeta Resources, to the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) for investigation. The SIU

ABB in South Africa, part of the global automation and power group, has been awarded an order by Fluor for five intelligent compact disconnecting circuit breakers (DCBs) for the Oxygen Train 17 project for Sasol Synfuels Operations in Secunda, South

ABB technology the keystone to bring reliable power supply to South Africa Kusile, in the local African languages Ndebele and Swazi, means “the dawn has come.” This is certainly a fitting name for the 4,800 megawatt (MW) Kusile supercritical power

COP22 host leads by example in the fight against climate change with 52% green energy target by 2020 and Africa’s first city cycle hire scheme. As the host of this year’s COP22 climate change conference in Marrakech, Morocco has been