South Africa signed agreements with power producers for 19 projects worth R 28 billion

May 2013
African Business News;5/14/2013, p42
The article reports that the South Africa-based power supplier Eskom Holdings Ltd. has signed an agreement with power producers worth 28 billion rand for 19 projects.


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