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Energy regulator approves 3 generation licenses for Karpowership SA. Competition Tribunal approves the sale of Burger King

Energy regulator approves 3 generation licenses for Karpowership SA. Competition Tribunal approves the sale of Burger King

21 September 2021 8:17 PM

Chris Yelland,  energy analyst dissects factors that might have led the National Energy Regulator of South Africa to give licenses to floating powership provider, Karpowership SA. The Competition Tribunal gives Grand Parade Investments the greenlight to sell Burger King. Then in Investment School, Joseph Busha, managing director at JM Busha Investments explains the impact of state intervention on investments.  

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