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New minimum wage for clothing workers

Apr 15 2014 18:59

Every clothing worker now enjoys the protection of legislated minimum terms and conditions of employment, says a clothing union.


Sanral wants to please investors - Outa

Apr 04 2014 20:57

Outa says it is alarmed at Sanral CFO's Inge Mulder's statements on its cash flow position and says it has warned that its intimidation methods would backfire.


Platinum talks remain deadlocked

Jan 28 2014 10:25

Government-brokered talks between Amcu and platinum producers enter a second day with no resolution in sight to a strike that has hit half of global output.

Travel & Leisure

Weak rand lures tourists from US, Africa

Jan 23 2014 05:30

South Africa has become a high quality and value for money travel destination compared to its peers due to the rand exchange rate.


Director pay increases revealed

Jan 16 2014 16:00

The median chairperson fee across the entire Johannesburg Stock Exchange has risen by 7.1% to R422 000, according to PriceWaterhouseCoopers.


First-ever Numsa special congress starts

Dec 17 2013 11:45

Numsa's four-day special national congress has commenced in Boksburg after a serious discussion with Cosatu.


Energy-saving firms to get tax cuts

Dec 04 2013 11:55

Tax incentives are being introduced for businesses that can show measurable electricity savings, the energy department says.


Gold employers make final pay offer

Aug 27 2013 19:55

Gold mining companies are offering a basic wage increase from 6% to 6.5% to all labour unions within the sector, the Chamber of Mines says.

Mining Indaba

Just plain rock science

Feb 14 2013 07:54

Technology is the answer, forget about the question, says Jarred Myers.

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Mining Indaba

Cutifani: Mining its own worst enemy

Feb 07 2013 15:31

The industry needs to change its attitude towards communities and shift from extractive to developmental mode, says new Anglo American CEO Mark Cutifani.

Mining Indaba

China's race for resources 'deliberate'

Feb 06 2013 14:08

China’s campaign and race for resources globally is systematic and deliberate, acclaimed author Dambisa Moyo has told the mining indaba in Cape Town.

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