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Mzansi says complied with R52m tender requirements

Jan 29 2015 20:05

The company that leased a mobile hospital unit to the KwaZulu-Natal health department for R52.5m says that it has complied with all the requirements of the tender.


Illegal taxis have cost industry 50% of turnover - council

Jan 29 2015 19:02

This has had an impact on growth, employment and improved service delivery, the Western Cape Metered Taxi Council says in its petition to the transport department.


Ocean Basket to change its menus after complaint

Jan 29 2015 19:16

Seafood restaurant Ocean Basket has undertaken to change its menus following a complaint that it served river fish instead of seafood.


Many could lose jobs at Glencore mine

Jan 29 2015 17:49

More than 1 000 people will be without work if some operations at Optimum Coal Mine in Mpumalanga close due to financial hardship, says Glencore.


Greater demand and lower fuel prices buoy SA tourism sector

Jan 29 2015 15:20

The Tourism Business Index shows the tourism business sector ended 2014 on a positive note, despite setbacks created by the new visa rules and the Ebola outbreak in several West African countries.


Steady rates ‘wrong choice’ for heavily indebted

Jan 29 2015 16:29

For over-indebted consumers, as well as for business and commerce, the MPC's decision not to lower interest rates was the wrong choice, says an expert.


MEC must answer mobile tender questions - DA

Jan 29 2015 16:53

The DA has urged KwaZulu-Natal's health MEC to answer questions about a tender that will see the department fork out as much as R61m for two mobile clinics.


Sarb keeps rates steady

Jan 29 2015 15:31

SA Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago has kept the repo rate steady at 5.75%


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Carlsberg to close two breweries in Russia

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Danish brewer Carlsberg says it is closing two of its 10 breweries in Russia, citing lower demand due to the country's weakened economy.

Passengers warned of new Acsa hand baggage rules

Jan 29 2015 11:15

Acsa's new hand luggage restrictions will come into effect at all airports across South Africa and impact all airlines and travellers as of 2 February.

Marriott could reach a million rooms in 2015

53 minutes ago

Marriott International expects its portfolio of hotels either open or under development to surpass 1 million rooms by the end of 2015.

Turning love for travel into a business

Jan 29 2015 19:08

From as early as 2001 images of the traditional bricks and mortar travel agency have been replaced with online stores that quickly put the customer in the driving seat.

Danish central bank pushes new deposit rate cut

Jan 29 2015 19:00

Denmark's central bank has announced its third deposit rate cut of 0.15 percentage points this month, aimed at offsetting an appreciation of the krone.

European shares knocked, oil slide hits earnings

Jan 29 2015 18:22

Weak corporate updates have pegged back European shares, as the effects of a rout in oil prices knocked back heavyweight energy firms.

Shares in Brazil's Petrobras continue to plunge

Jan 29 2015 17:48

Petrobras shares fell more than 4%, declining sharply for a second day after the company released third-quarter results without accounting for a major corruption scandal.

US stocks open higher amid earnings deluge

Jan 29 2015 17:07

Wall Street stocks have opened higher on a heavy day of corporate earnings reports, pulling up from a two-day skid that cut nearly 500 points off the Dow.

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