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South Africa has finally given the green light to an initial $5.4bn worth of renewable energy projects that will allow it to procure 1.4GW of electricity and help reduce its reliance on coal-fired plants, says the country's energy minister.

South Africa ready to sign deals with first renewables projects

South Africa has finally given the green light to an initial $5.4bn worth of renewable energy projects that will allow it to procure 1.4GW of electricity and help reduce its reliance on coal-fired plants, says the country's energy minister.

South Africa has finally given the green light to an initial $5.4bn worth of renewable energy projects that will allow it to procure 1.4GW of electricity and help reduce its reliance on coal-fired plants, says the country's energy minister.