The resource curse is a phenomenon that occurs when a country has an abundance of natural resources but cannot grow its economy.
Load shedding happens when selected sections of South Africa’s electricity grid are shut down. In literal terms, Eskom, the country’s power utility, “sheds” a certain “load” – or amount – of electricity from the national grid.
South African mining houses are gravitating towards ‘green’ metals. This is in addition to investing in renewable energy projects to power their operations.