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Prasa has disintegrated into personality fight - Satawu

Jul 31 2015 21:30

The current situation at Prasa has seen it disintegrate into a personality fight, with Transport Minister Dipuo Peters failing to take responsibility for the issues at hand, Satawu says.


Prasa's 'missing' millions

Jul 31 2015 15:42

Over R17m has gone "missing" from the Passenger Railways Agency of South Africa's coffers for the "rental" of land that had been provided to the parastatal free of charge.


Petrol price relief

Jul 31 2015 14:52

The price of all grades of petrol as well as other fuel sources will come down substantially from next Wednesday, says the Department of Energy.


Anticipated fuel price drop could be short-lived

Jul 31 2015 13:37

If the rand keeps trading at its current level, motorists could be looking at a substantial fuel price hike next month, cautions a debt expert.


Kganyago: Sarb will stay sensitive to fragile economy

Jul 31 2015 12:08

The SA Reserve Bank will be sensitive to the weak economy when considering further interest- rate increases, says Governor Lesetja Kganyago.


Eskom's role in nuclear plan reviewed

Jul 31 2015 11:14

Cabinet ministers are reviewing their decision to grant Eskom the ownership and operational rights of the proposed nuclear build programme, says a top official.


Tourism a spark of hope in ailing Zim economy

Jul 31 2015 11:52

Zimbabwe has reduced growth projections for the country's gross domestic product to 1.5% from the 3.2% projected in the 2015 National Budget.

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Inside Labour: Damaging effects of govt policies on farming

Jul 31 2015 06:56

One of the unintended consequences of policies based on government wishful thinking has been to threaten South Africa’s food security, says Terry Bell.


Business just as vital as government, says Maria Ramos

Jul 31 2015 07:04

Barclays Africa Group CEO Maria Ramos says it was how business implemented government frameworks that would reveal how well South Africa was performing.


Montana cries foul about Prasa tender company

Jul 30 2015 17:31

The former CEO of the Passenger Rail Agency of SA has laid a claim of fraud against a security company with ties to Prasa, reports Netwerk24.

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