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Will we see change in laws governing the time share industry?

Jul 23 2017 06:54

There has been little regulation of the sector – despite the introduction of the Consumer Protection Act – as most legislation relating to the industry is outdated.

South Africa

We must act now to turn the drought crisis around

Jul 23 2017 06:51

South Africa is in the middle of a water crisis. You would assume that, after repeated warnings over the past few years by industry stakeholders, we would have changed our attitudes.

South Africa

It’s all about the money

Jul 23 2017 06:48

The acid mine drainage crisis is going to cost someone a lot of money, but probably not the people who caused it.

South Africa

Zwane’s move will have dire effects

Jul 23 2017 06:40

Small companies at the fringes of the mining industry, along with empowerment transactions, will take the biggest immediate hit from Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane’s planned moratorium on all forms of mineral licensing.


Politics can trip up new govt growth plan - Fitch

Jul 21 2017 20:39

A positive aspect of the Inclusive Growth Action Plan is the firm deadlines for many of the measures, but the new package is not likely to significantly boost economic growth prospects, says Fitch.


Car instalments up 43.8% over five years

Jul 21 2017 18:26

WesBank data shows the overall cost of motoring is still on the rise, despite cuts to interest rates, fuel prices and a slowdown in vehicle price inflation.


DA demands Malusi Gigaba’s resignation

Jul 20 2017 15:01

DA leader Mmusi Maimane has likened what he calls the capture of the treasury to a football game, accusing the ANC of kicking the treasure back and forth for control for the purposes of the controversial Gupta family.


Eskom's Anoj Singh sweating it out

Jul 19 2017 21:00

Despite a cloud hanging over Eskom’s chief financial officer Anoj Singh, who is believed to have close connections to the Gupta family, the embattled executive has so far escaped any sanction from his employer.



SARB likely to hold off on rate cut

Jul 19 2017 19:50

After a tough month fighting off attacks on its mandate, the SA Reserve Bank will revert to its day job of trying to fulfill it - probably by holding off on a rate cut.

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