Engineering News – ONLINE
18 March 2014
Notwithstanding the work that government has done to promote economic regulation in South Africa, a lot more still has to be done, Energy Minister Dikobe Ben Martins said on Tuesday.
Speaking at the second South African Economic Regulators Conference, cohosted by the National EnergyRegulator of South Africa and the University of Johannesburg, Martins pointed out that government had, to date, established economic regulators in the electricity, gas and petroleum pipelines, ports, aviation, and telecommunications industries, adding that in the transport sector the process of establishing a singletransport economic regulator was also ongoing.  Read more…