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British International Investment and Norfund will invest ZAR 600 million in H1 Capital to develop renewable energy in South Africa.
South Africa’s ministry of Public Works released phase 1 of the National Infrastructure plan 2050. Deteriorating infrastructure, widespread damage from devastating floods and poverty are some of the issues being addressed
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