Africa Investor Online:
22 June 2012:
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusam- menarbeit (GIZ), in Sep-tember last year, on behalf of the German Government, started the roll-out of the R120-million South African–German Energy Programme (Sagen), which will focus on improving framework conditions and capacities for enhanced investment in renewable ener- gies and energy efficiency in South Africa.
This, among other agreements, was solidified during South African Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe’s visit to Germany, in May, for the Germany–South Africa Bi-national Commission, which seeks to strengthen cooperation between the two countries. Read more…