What the future holds for Eskom as SA moves to liberalize energy market

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on June 29, 2021


The alcohol ban is overall a blunt instrument to ensure that ICU beds are available. There is some evidence supporting that it works, but generally it does not, says Intellidex’s Peter Attard Montalto on CNBC Africa. The central contradiction in President Cyril Ramaphosa’s recent address was that the third wave might last longer than last time, yet the restrictions announced are framed as a 14-day issue. 

Watch the interview here.

 

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