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South Africa urged to consider its contribution to the global battery value chain

26th August 2022 Batteries are fast becoming the core of modern energy systems and more sustainable economies, underpinning the implementation of smart grids and minigrids, while fostering the rollout of renewable energy and e-mobility, and yet, South Africa’s involvement in the battery value chain remains... 

Industry embraces both EVs and ICE

28th January 2022 While the full extent of the impact of electric vehicles (EVs) on the local battery industry is not expected to reach South Africa soon, the industry is prepared to service EVs and continue to meet the current market demands of internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, says battery manufacturer... 

Investing in the future

16th March 2021 With a tough year behind us, good news is always welcome. To this end, SABAT Batteries has kicked off the year on a positive note by committing to the upliftment of a new generation of youth through its sponsorship of Jacaranda FM’s Good Morning Angels New Years’ Edition, powered by Sabat... 

AutoX to sponsor ELS for Autism Golf Series

16th March 2021 AutoX, the battery manufacturer of brands such as Willard Batteries and SABAT Batteries, as well as the importer of VARTA, has acquired the naming rights sponsorship, valued at over a million rand, for the ELS for Autism South Africa 2021 and 2022 Golf Series. The 13-event tour commenced at the... 
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Reserve Bank warns carbon taxes may cut exports by 10%

South African economic growth could be severely stunted if carbon taxes are widely imposed on its exports, according to a new report by the country’s central bank. The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) said the hit could reach 10% of exports and more than 9% of gross domestic product in 2050... 

Orange, Vodacom said in talks on African infrastructure deals

Vodacom Group is in discussions with France’s Orange about a strategic partnership in Africa to explore infrastructure deals to help keep down costs on the continent, people familiar with the matter said. The telecommunications companies are looking at agreements in overlapping markets including... 
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