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Union slams employment equity's 'flawed' report

Jul 28 2015 07:41

The Commission for Employment Equity’s “fixation” on top management in its annual report has been criticised by a trade union Solidarity, who says its report is flawed.


More support for NPOs after Zuma exposé

Jul 24 2015 18:34

FNB has joined a consortium to help the NPO sector following a revelation that more than half of the nearly 140 000 registered non-profits are not compliant.


Over 1 000 firms in court over EE targets

Jul 23 2015 14:47

More than 1 000 companies will be taken to court because of non-compliance with the legal requirements of employment equity, says the Department of Labour.


DA slams energy minister over PetroSA R14.9bn loss

Jul 23 2015 13:55

Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson should return to South Africa immediately to answer for PetroSA’s R14.9bn loss, says the Democratic Alliance.


Ramaphosa: Six million jobs by 2019 attainable

Jul 22 2015 19:16

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says he is confident that the target of reaching six million jobs by 2019 is attainable.


Mugabe laws deter investors - Zim official

Jul 21 2015 17:31

A senior Zimbabwean official says investment has been badly hit by President Robert Mugabe's laws limiting foreign ownership of businesses.


SA tourism pounded on all fronts, index shows

Jul 20 2015 21:07

Various factors, including visa restrictions, labour unrest, Ebola and high fuel costs are negatively impacting the SA tourism industry, an index shows.


Sectional title market stronger than full title homes

Jul 20 2015 14:45

Sectional title properties appear to be outperforming the full title market, according to the latest FNB Property Barometer.


Cape Town banks on late winter rains to avert water cuts

Jul 20 2015 08:27

The six main dams that supply almost all of the coastal city’s needs are on average 54% full, down from 98% a year ago, according to the City of Cape Town.

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Ramaphosa learns lessons in China

Jul 19 2015 20:00

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has returned to South Africa from an official visit to the People's Republic of China where he has obtained various insights.


Sarb stuck between a rock and a hard place

Jul 19 2015 18:02

The SA Reserve Bank is expected to raise interest rates by at least 50 basis points over the next 12 months, says an economist.

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