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Marikana strike haunts SA economy

Oct 24 2014 17:49

The economy is struggling to shake off the shock of the Marikana strike, the longest in its history, and will only manage growth of 1.4% this year.


Navy strike stalls

Oct 24 2014 18:45

The intended strike action by Uasa members at the SA Naval Base in Simon's Town has been interdicted, the union says.


More nuclear meetings to be held

Oct 24 2014 18:41

Meetings with nuclear experts from various countries are set to take place soon, following one already held with Russia, the SA Nuclear Energy Corporation says.


Cosatu: No decision taken on Numsa

Oct 24 2014 07:37

Cosatu did not vote on Numsa being expelled from the trade union federation and the issue will be discussed at a later meeting, says a spokesperson.


Leaders need economics 101

Oct 24 2014 07:03

It's high time for politicians to bone up on economic issues, says Mzwandile Jacks.


Zuma: SA will survive

Oct 24 2014 05:00

President Jacob Zuma says the economy may be going through a rough period, but the country is open for business and will survive if everyone works together.

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Big business must step up, says Zulu

Oct 23 2014 18:00

Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu says big business needs to work together with government to fix problems in the country.


Nene: Cutting govt jobs a step too far

Oct 23 2014 14:58

Cutting rather than freezing the size of government’s bureaucracy is beyond the mandate of the National Treasury, says Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene.


Zuma appoints new BEE council members

Oct 23 2014 12:30

President Jacob Zuma has appointed new members of the Presidential Black Economic Empowerment Advisory Council.


Richards Bay coal terminal to stop issuing data

Oct 23 2014 14:30

Richards Bay Coal Terminal has decided to not release operational updates detailing shipments of coal, because it is competitive information, the company CEO says.

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Mbeki: Leaders in Africa don't deliver

Oct 23 2014 17:30

African leaders do not deliver and the dialogue between business and government needs to be more open, political analyst Moeletsi Mbeki says.


ANC not in favour of Numsa expulsion

Oct 23 2014 08:59

The ANC is not in favour of the National Union of Metalworkers of SA being expelled from Cosatu, deputy ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa says.

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