Sakeliga opposes new upstream petroleum bill: additional energy sector regulation is detrimental

Sakeliga has registered its objection to the new Upstream Petroleum Resources Development Bill. The bill introduces and exacerbates bureaucratism, harmful racial priorities, and burdensome regulation of petroleum and petrochemicals – the lifeblood of a modern economy. Sakeliga has submitted its comment on the proposal to Parliament’s portfolio committee on energy. The bill is the latest […]




Energy independence is taken back, not granted

Our highest energy priority is to produce enough of it. We can expect attempts from bureaucrats, cronies, and ideologues to block our efforts to establish energy independence. Energy freedom and independence will not be granted by benevolent leaders – it will have to be taken back by resilient, state-proof communities, companies, and institutions.