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Proudly SA CEO not aware his contract would not be renewed

Jun 30 2016 20:03

Proudly South Africa’s chief executive officer Leslie Sedibe says he was not aware that his contract would not be renewed when it ends in August.


Gordhan: Cabinet supports me to do my job

Jun 30 2016 18:58

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says he has the support of cabinet to do his job, even as he can’t give any assurances that he won’t be arrested for espionage.


SA's PPI slows down in May

Jun 30 2016 16:07

The headline Producer Price Index slowed to 6.5% in May compared to 7% in April, according to data by Statistics SA.


Brexit to impact SA exports, particularly agriculture - expert

Jun 30 2016 15:43

Should the trade linkages with the UK react negatively on the back of the Brexit decision, it could have a negative impact on SA's overall current account balance, says an expert.


Eskom debunks 'negative narrative by some energy experts'

Jun 29 2016 21:05

There should be no denying that Eskom's performance has improved over the last 10 months, says Eskom group executive for generation, Matshela Koko.


Proudly SA seeks new CEO as Leslie Sedibe's contract ends

Jun 29 2016 18:24

The future of Proudly South African boss Leslie Sedibe at the organisation hangs in the balance after the board decided not to renew his contract, which ends in August.


Brexit will see demise of throttling regulations – Hart

Jun 29 2016 17:01

Economic commentator Chris Hart believes Brexit is the beginning of a global trend that will see the soaring levels of regulations and taxes being cut back.


SA's 2016 maize forecast stays unchanged

Jun 29 2016 08:40

South Africa will likely harvest 7.16 million tonnes of maize in 2016, unchanged from a previous estimate as weather conditions remain stable.


Ntuli: SA cannot rely on B-BBEE certificates

Jun 28 2016 21:15

Fronting B-BBEE transactions tops the list of the number of reported cases and complaints received so far by the B-BBEE Commission.

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Govt deals with about 4 000 tenders daily - Brown

Jun 28 2016 18:09

It’s impossible to know what’s happening with every single state tender, says chief procurement officer Kenneth Brown.


Now or never for business transformation - SA CEOs

Jun 27 2016 18:01

For South African CEOs it seems to be "now or never" to drive business transformation, according to KPMG’s 2016 Global CEO Outlook study.

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