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Zuma names FFC members

Jul 24 2014 14:00

President Jacob Zuma has appointed three members to the Financial and Fiscal Commission, the president's office has announced.


Iconic Kyalami to go under the hammer

Jul 24 2014 10:04

World famous Kyalami race circuit will be South Africa's first race track to go on auction at a reserve price of R200m.


Corruption, welfare and SA

Jul 24 2014 07:24

Trust and the size of a welfare state is twin-peaked, says Geoffrey Chapman.


Too risky to meet striking miners - Lonmin

Jul 23 2014 18:00

It would have been risky for Lonmin to visit the hill where thousands of miners were gathered in Marikana, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry has heard.


Slowdown in house price growth

Jul 23 2014 19:53

A slowdown in the growth of house prices in certain segments of the property market appears likely, according to a survey.


Govt rethinks foreign land ownership

Jul 23 2014 16:41

Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti says the government will introduce legislation to stop foreigners buying land .


Nkwinti warns of 'land sharks'

Jul 23 2014 14:35

Minister Gugile Nkwinti has reiterated his commitment to expediting new expropriation legislation and limiting foreign land ownership.


Numsa condemns Seifsa's 'hasty' decision

Jul 23 2014 12:00

Numsa has bemoaned Seifsa's decision to make public a proposed wage offer without affording the union an opportunity to report back to members.


SA's June headline CPI steady

Jul 23 2014 10:36

SA's headline consumer inflation has been steady year-on-year in June compared with May, says Statistics SA.


Automotives, textiles to get record boost

Jul 23 2014 10:06

Government will bolster the automotive and clothing and textile sectors with a record R7.9bn over the next year, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.



Solidarity endorses Seifsa wage offer

Jul 23 2014 07:32

Solidarity says the latest wage offer made by employer body Seifsa is fair, and the union is convinced that its members will welcome it.


Judgment reserved on Transnet pensioners' case

Jul 22 2014 18:51

The High Court in Pretoria has reserved judgment in an application by two Transnet pensioners to sanction the institution of a R80bn class action.

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