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    Former struggle heroes are now emptying state coffers to benefit foreign scammers, says Solly Moeng.

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    The Knysna fires have shown that SA needs to be fire-aware and wary, says Mandi Smallhorne.

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    Harping on inequality and repressive rich people deflects attention from the real issues, say analysts.

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Masterplan for car makers to transform quicker

Jun 28 2017 17:59

The leadership in the car manufacturing sector have openly embraced radical economic transformation, says ANC Treasury General Zweli Mkhize.


Myeni defiant about attending SAA board meetings

Jun 27 2017 17:22

SAA board chairperson Dudu Myeni has insisted that she attends all scheduled board meetings, but says she can’t be present where “only one item” is being discussed.


Broke SAA in talks with PIC for loan

Jun 27 2017 14:55

SAA has confirmed it is in discussions with the Public Investment Corporation for a loan, as it wants to diversify its debt portfolio, according to CFO Phumeza Nhantsi.


Myeni accused of bullying SAA board as she arrives at Parliament alone

Jun 27 2017 11:02

SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni cut a lonely figure in Parliament when she was the only member of the board who arrived for a briefing with the standing committee on finance.


Two fire companies admit cartel conduct

Jun 26 2017 15:05

Two of seven fire control and protection systems companies being prosecuted have admitted to having engaged in cartel conduct, according to the Competition Commission.


Nestlé targeted in activist's biggest-ever bet

Jun 26 2017 09:32

Dan Loeb has amassed a $3.5bn stake in Nestlé, targeting Europe’s largest company in the biggest bet of his two-decade career as an activist investor.


Myeni to face firing motion in Parliament over SAA ‘lie’

Jun 26 2017 06:01

SAA chair Dudu Myeni will face a motion to be fired in Parliament, following a report that she allegedly lied in an attempt to sabotage the appointment of a CEO for SAA.


Group Five says investor wants breakup, return of ex-CEO Upton

Jun 23 2017 17:35

Group Five says Allan Gray, has nominated former chief executive officer Mike Upton to the board as a non-executive director and has proposed that the South African construction and engineering company be broken up.


South Ocean to pay R13m penalty

Jun 22 2017 19:16

Power cable supplier South Ocean Holdings agreed to a R13m penalty relating to price fixing and collusive tendering.


Volkswagen workers strike as economic model buckles

Jun 20 2017 15:07

Workers at Volkswagen’s Slovak unit has begun an indefinite strike over wages, underscoring the risk of a skilled-labour shortage as unemployment plumbs record lows.

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SAA optimistic about loan obligations - CEO

Jun 19 2017 19:33

SAA says it has made significant headway in putting together a comprehensive and robust business plan aimed at addressing current and long-term challenges.

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