Business Edge | Nigeria, UAE Signs MOU, Eskom Faces R5 Million Over Kendal Power Station Pollution

The Nigerian Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which provides a platform for both countries to establish a Joint Commission between the two friendly countries, seeking to enhance cooperation and coordination between both countries in all fields.

Also, Eskom could face fines of up to R5-million under South Africa’s air quality legislation for supplying blatantly false and misleading information about its toxic pollution at the Kendal coal-fired power station to authorities.
On 28 January 2021, the state-owned energy utility will appear in the Emalahleni regional court on four counts of environmental transgressions.

Tolulope Adeleru-Balogun and Mukhtar Mohammed, CEO Asher Dynamic Solutions, discussed these on Business Edge.

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