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Cape tolls battle set to continue

Sep 19 2014 17:32

The City of Cape Town says it will appeal a court order that effectively seals information such as toll fees, expenses and profits relating to the Winelands toll project.


Cape Town to appeal Sanral secrecy ruling

Sep 19 2014 12:29

The City of Cape Town has decided to apply for leave to appeal after studying the judgment in the secrecy applications of Sanral and Protea Parkway Consortium.


Nkwinti welcomes wildlife sector reform

Sep 19 2014 07:43

Wildlife ranching can help bring black farmers into the industry in line with the government's land reform principles, says Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti.


DG Kganyago touted as Marcus successor

Sep 18 2014 18:01

Citi Research economist Gina Schoeman says Deputy Governor Lesetja Kganyago is well respected by markets and inclined to give due respect to growth prospects.


Sarb governor Marcus stepping down

Sep 18 2014 15:55

South African Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus says she will stand down in November when her term ends.


Sarb keeps rates steady

Sep 18 2014 15:21

SA Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus says the repo rate will remain at 5.75%, citing the anaemic state of the domestic economy.


Neasa to lodge urgent application on wages

Sep 18 2014 13:52

The National Employers’ Association of South Africa wants to lodge an urgent application in the Labour Court to stop the extension of a wage agreement.


Concern as food inflation spirals

Sep 18 2014 12:55

A worrisome trend is that prices of everyday items like food and electricity are rising rapidly, while non-durables like TV sets are becoming more affordable.


Eskom needs maintenance, not just new plants

Sep 18 2014 12:04

Building new plants won't save Eskom if the power utility can't get its old power plants back in order, says a senior manager.


Ramaphosa admits state's BEE limitations

Sep 18 2014 07:40

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is candid about the limitations of government empowerment policies, but says the state is committed to "force transformation".


Scottish support for independence rises

Sep 17 2014 20:45

Scottish support for independence has risen to 49%, a poll has showed on the eve of a referendum that could break the United Kingdom apart.

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Cosatu slams 'purely profit-driven' firms

Sep 18 2014 05:00

Private companies are not doing enough for social transformation, claims the Congress of SA Trade Unions.


Economists split on interest rates

Sep 18 2014 07:00

After the release of surprise inflation data, experts vary on what they predict the SA Reserve Bank will decide on the interest rates.

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