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Terry Bell looks at difficulties and hope on the public sector horizon.
Economies will stabilise only when interference with pricing stops, says Edward Ingram.
South Africa needs leadership at all levels to better translate its national wealth into the well-being of its citizens, according to a new report.
SA Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago has expressed concern over Eskom's extra tariff hike request to a total 25.3% increase for the 2015/16 financial year.
It is unlikely that the quick public sector wage negotiations mean unions suddenly "agreed" with government on the tightness of the budget, says an expert.
SA’s growing trade links with sub-Saharan Africa should expand export markets, though there may be an impact from reduced Chinese demand, says a global group.
The SA government has outlined seven ways the new Gauteng e-tolls dispensation will reduce costs and cap penalties to encourage compliance.
The new dispensation for Gauteng's e-toll system will ensure the system is fair and affordable, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says.
Gauteng's e-toll fees will be 'dramatically reduced', Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says.
Retail sales have grown year-on-year in March, below market expectations and lower than a revised 3.7% expansion in February.
In line with an earlier prediction, South Africa’s inflation rate has increased to 4.5%, according to Statistics SA.
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies has scrapped a plan to change BEE rules that threatened to put new investment deals in the country on hold for months.
Labour unions must disengage from business investments, says Public Works Minister Thulasi Nxesi, warning that failure to do so could consume the ANC alliance.
A sound educational culture is key to true upliftment, says Leopold Scholtz.
Trade union rivarly poses a threat to fragile labour relations, says an expert.
Check out these 12 characteristics of entrepreneurs to see if you fit the bill.
AA legislation trumps the constitution, which states SA is a non-racial democracy.
Money management is one of the most common challenges in a marriage, says an expert.
An international campaign aims to stop the harm caused by doctors.
The Bandwidth Barn in Khayelitsha is an answer for township entrepreneurs.
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The DA has given the energy minister a roasting during her budget presentation, calling the state's nuclear energy policy premature and irresponsible.
The MoU between the dti and SAA is a great move, but black business must fully understand the market it is entering, cautions the Black Business Council.
Google has filed a patent for toys that pay attention to who is in a room and can interact with other media devices.
Good, it will stabilise Eskom's finances
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