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S. Africa’s green energy plan needs $38 bln more

By Reuters
26 October 2022   |   9:16 am
Western nations have promised $8.5 bln to kick-start South Africa's transition from polluting coal to green energy - but sources close to the plan say it needs five times as much.

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