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Wage subsidy is ‘not free money’

Aug 30 2015 15:00

The government continues to prop up the labour brokering industry even while new labour laws take their toll on the industry.


    Zuma: Energy shortage a serious obstacle to growth

    Aug 30 2015 17:13

    The country’s energy shortage is a serious obstacle to growth, says President Jacob Zuma, who has officially opened Medupi 's Unit 6.


    SA's economic outlook: Bad news and really bad news

    Aug 30 2015 16:00

    Last week, economic experts gathered to discuss how to turn around SA’s dire economic outlook. The verdict? It can be done, but it’s no picnic


    Seven ways to weather the economic storm

    Aug 30 2015 15:00

    For the past two years consumers were warned that there were tough times ahead, while day-to-day living became more and more expensive.


    Zim relaxes empowerment law to boost investment

    Aug 30 2015 14:22

    Zimbabwe is relaxing a black economic empowerment law forcing foreign-owned firms to sell majority shares to locals in a bid to attract investment, says a cabinet minister.


    Fed says rate hike next month hinges on market volatility

    Aug 30 2015 13:22

    The Federal Reserve has left the door open to an interest rate hike even while several central bank officials acknowledged that market turmoil could delay its policy tightening.


    Britain attacks 'broken' EU migration system, demands tighter rules

    Aug 30 2015 13:12

    Europe's migration system is broken, says British Interior Minister Theresa May, blaming its borderless system for exacerbating a migrant crisis and demanding tighter rules.


    China fears linger as focus on Fed sharpens

    Aug 30 2015 13:06

    Fears over the health of the Chinese economy kept world markets on edge last week and China will remain in focus, along with the question over a US interest rate increase.


    Govt acts to stem SA’s R7bn water leaks

    Aug 28 2015 21:15

    President Jacob Zuma has launched a campaign to train 15 000 young people to fix leaking taps in their communities.


    Axed Eskom CEO gets top govt job

    Aug 28 2015 17:46

    Cabinet has announced the appointment of former Eskom chief executive Tshediso Matona as secretary for national planning in the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation.



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